Throughout the year, the sun's path and solar altitude vary. In Brazil, for example, the solar altitude during summer reaches 83.5 ° while in winter the solar angles are as low as 36 °.
The default value is a slope angle equal to the latitude of the season plus 15 degrees in winter, or minus 15 degrees in summer. This usually maximizes annual energy production.
✔ In the northern hemisphere, the solar panel must face the southern sky.
✔ The slope of the panel should be equal to the latitude of the geographical location.
✔ The panel does not control the sun but the tilt can be changed each season for more efficiency.
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