Application advantages of solar lights in Spain
Spain is a member of the European Union and implements some of the EU’s policies, such as lighting standards and emission reduction plans. In 2018, the Spanish government abolished the solar tax, at the same time it promote the use of electric vehicles and promote the installation of renewable energy power equipment, which can help Spain achieve the climate goals set by the EU. Spain is currently the sixth-largest photovoltaic market in the world.
The region with the most abundant solar radiation resources in Europe is southern Europe, and Spain has the largest amount of solar radiation, with total solar radiation of 8100MJ/m2. Judging from the situation of each district, the closer the district is to the south, the richer the solar radiation resources.
Spain is the first country in Europe to develop solar energy and it has the most plentiful solar energy resources, so the widespread use of solar energy in Spain is a development trend.
First of all, from those light conditions, the areas with a large amount of radiation are mainly south of Madrid. Extremadura, Murcia, Andalusia, Valencia and other districts are popular areas. These districts are the regions with abundant sunshine resources in Spain.
The north of Madrid is a mountainous area, but the elevation is not high, and the south is a river valley. The annual average temperature is 16°C, and the highest temperature in summer can reach around 36°C. In winter, there are not many days when the low temperature is below zero. There is a lot of rain in autumn and winter, so pay attention to high-temperature protection and waterproofing when choosing solar lamps.
Extremadura is mountainous, but the altitude is not high. It belongs to a temperate continental climate with a large contrast between winter and summer temperatures. Pay attention to high-temperature protection and low-temperature protection when choosing solar lamps.
Murcia is almost at sea level and is located on the Mediterranean coast. It is prone to high temperatures in summer and short and mild winters. This area has the longest sunshine hours in Spain. When choosing solar lamps, pay attention to high-temperature protection. In addition, the air in the coastal contains a lot of salt, so pay attention to the erosion of lights.
Andalusia is a valley terrain, below 100 meters above sea level. The annual average temperature is 12-29 degrees Celsius, and the annual average rainfall is higher than that of other parts of Spain. When choosing solar lamps, pay attention to the lighting time in rainy weather.
Valencia is in the plains, with mild winters and short durations. Summer is hot and dry and lasts a long time. The salt content in the air in coastal areas is relatively high. When choosing solar lamps, pay attention to the anti-corrosion properties of the lights.
Sresky’s product has a waterproof rating of IP65 and has ALS automatic extension of lighting time technology ， which can ensure that the solar lights work ordinarily for 8-10 days in rainy weather. When the battery power drops (battery power> 30%), the brightness can still maintain 100%.
In addition, Sresky’s products have TCS thermostat technology, which can make the solar light work ordinarily at a temperature of -20℃-60℃. So for the Spanish climate, Sresky’s products can fully meet the conditions required when installing solar lamps.
When purchasing solar lights, the quality and price of the products are our first consideration, but a complete after-sales service system is also very important. Manufacturers who can quickly solve after-sales problems are always worthy of our favour. The FAS technology developed by Sresky can solve your after-sale problems in time without waiting for a long time.
Sresky also has many different types of products. The appearance is unique. Such as smart solar street lights and solar wall lights with PIR motion sensors, and the PIR delay lighting time can be adjusted, Can meet the needs of different usage places.
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