Electricity is the world’s main source of energy. She is produced in hydroelectric, wind, solar, thermoelectric, hydroelectric, nuclear power, among others. In the country, almost 90% of the energy produced are from the Dams. The largest of these is the Itaipu Plant, located in a stretch of Rio Paraná, on the border between Brazil and Paraguay.
In hydroelectric plants, water strength and of rivers to generate mechanical energy, which reaches the energy-shaped population Electric. Currently, Brazil has one of the largest hydraulic potentials in Planet.
Solar energy, on the other hand, is a renewable source obtained by the light of the used for water heating (thermal energy) or as a form of electricity, which is obtained by means of photovoltaic plates, which capture the luminosity and transforms into an electrical or thermal source (through solar heating).
Solar energy has a highly profitable cost-benefit, besides being an important contributor to the preservation of the environment, differently from the electric one. Despite this, its initial investment value is high, however, the result comes in the long run. Currently, there are several types of financing, which grow according to market demand by the technological innovation — especially in Brazil, one of the countries that invest the most in this kind of energy in the world.
However, adhesion in a solar source enables consumers greater independence to generate their own energy, as well as cheapen the electricity bill, since, those exempted from the conditioning imposed high rates of distributors. In view of the tropical climate of the brazilian territory is too sunny, investing in solar energy is an excellent business for both the user and the environment.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: