Solar powered cars are already making their way into business plans of many automakers.
A couple benefits from solar-powered vehicles are that they aren’t as loud as a general engine would be because it runs on the sun’s light. They also do not emit greenhouse gases, which can help decrease pollution.
So how does a solar-powered car work exactly?
Energy From The Sun
We see many solar panels sitting out in the sun, and wonder how they are using the sun’s light to create energy.
Photovoltaic cells are used by solar cars to convert sunlight into energy.
- These solar panels harness energy from the sun and convert it into electricity. As these solar panels are connected to cars, whether placed on top or built into the roof, the power collected can be directed straight to the electric motor of a car, fueling the battery.
- Within these solar panels, silicon semiconductors absorb the sunlight, freeing and flowing electrons to generate electricity.
Now imagine you have a day or two off of work and you plan on staying home. If you have a solar powered car, you can leave it outside to charge up in the sun during the day. It will be ready to go when you are off to run errands or planning to have a date night.
Though automakers have not made a wide availability of solar panel cars to the public yet for purchase or lease. There is plenty of great hybrid cars available for lease to the public. For more information on finding the best car lease deals or to learn how you can have a successful car lease trade, visit Swapalease.com or contact them at 866-SWAPNOW.