In the face of the environmental crisis and the need to mitigate climate change, adopting clean and renewable energy sources, such as solar energy, in architectural projects is becoming increasingly imperative. As a country with abundant sunlight incidence throughout the year, Brazil has enormous potential to take advantage of this energy source, which has become an increasingly attractive and viable option in the Brazilian scenario. There are numerous benefits solar energy can provide to both residents and the environment that make it a popular choice for residential use.

After conducting studies on energy consumption and solar incidence in the area, carried out by specific professionals and companies, the capture of solar radiation for its conversion into electricity is done by photovoltaic panels. They are usually installed on the roofs of buildings because, in addition to not occupying space on the ground and aesthetically altering the facades of the residence, the elevated location has an increased incidence of sunlight and less shading.

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