How do solar cells work?

Solar cells are solid-state devices in which photons (or packets of light) collide with atoms. This process transforms the resulting into electrons. These electrons flow into wires connected to the cell, thus providing electric current to appliances, lighting systems or other electrical loads; and all of the power comes directly from the sun.

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