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Birds love the space between solar panels due to the warmth provided by them. Solar panels are the perfect settings for birds to safely nest and roost under them. The warmth emitted all year around is another benefit to the birds. This creates an ideal habitat for the birds as well as the lice and mites that live in the bird’s nest. Solar energy is wasted in the process and efficiency is lost. Bird proofing solar panels is the perfect answer to prevent loss of energy and money in the long-term. Here are important reasons to bird proof the solar panels in your home.
You can fulfill your energy requirements as well as sell back electricity to the grid thanks to solar panels. Bird droppings and bird nesting issues will drastically drop the performance of your solar panels. Bird droppings will cut back the ability of the solar panels to collect sunlight which is essential to generate electricity. The panels should be in pristine condition at all times to maximize the performance of the solar panels. If bird droppings cover 50% of the cells, there will be a 50% drop in electricity production. If the whole cell is covered with droppings, it can reduce the energy conversion rate to zero Bird proofing these panels will help improve its efficiency and productivity in the long run.
Many solar panel manufacturers in the United Kingdom use effective techniques to bird proof their panels to improve the efficiency and productivity. It will also prevent unnecessary damages to these panels. In fact, a mesh system is installed over the solar panels to protect them. Birds and other insects are kept away from the solar panels due to the mesh system. The mesh system is not visible from ground level. The mesh system is installed without drilling or screwing your roof. A special variety of clips is used to secure the mesh which will not damage the panels. They will not invalidate the warranty on the solar panels. Hence, you have nothing to worry when installing them on your roof. This is why it is important that you consider bird proofing your solar panels to improve their efficiency and productivity in the long run. Share