What has solar energy kinetics to do with car park lighting; well to make something react you need a force to start any movement. Mains powered car park lights require an enormous amount of raw energy to generate the required power. So as an alternative we provide the solar powered option.
To illuminate any exterior car park, using only PV panels. You first have to know the importance of how to calculate the force required to produce energy. This is a mathematical calculation; this is based on irradiance levels. These levels of sunlight strength change according to the many different latitudes across the UK.
The energy it takes to create a reaction from a solar panel equals localised irradiance multiplied by time. Time multiplied by available irradiance provides the solar energy kinetic momentum, which oscillates the crystal structure within the solar panel to produce energy.
As irradiance from the Sun will never be equal from day to day or from location to location. It is important to understand the requirement, for example let us say you need 8 hours of light per evening. This would need then to realistically be equal to the amount of irradiance available each and every day to provide illumination for the car park.
To overcome any shortfalls in localised irradiance, we size the solar panels to match the calculated value of time if the available irradiance is limited by location. The momentum of solar energy kinetics can then be directed to a storage facility, usually a battery bank managed by an electronic power control system. This is part of the kinetic facility that provides a continued route for generated power every day, topping up the solar battery system. By using this method to illuminate Car Parks, each authority will have a reduction equal to 0.2 tones of Co2 per annum per solar light installed. Enabling councils to enforce reductions in their carbon footprint budget and being able to manage these by offsetting carbon credits.