The World Needs
the Sun

We Dream of a Future Where Energy Needs are Met from Renewable Resources

Like every individual who lives on this earth and uses the resources of this world, we also carry the responsibility to leave a livable world for future generations. We aim to fulfill our responsibility to our world and our nature as one of the pioneering companies that facilitate the transition to clean energy.

The installed solar energy production capacity worldwide, which was 2.55 GW in 2005, exceeded 850 GW in 2022. There are extremely important and justified reasons for such a strong increase in demand for renewable energy.

If we want to leave a livable world to future generations, we need to reduce the emissions of gases that cause climate change in the fastest way and use our resources in an extremely efficient way. Well, is it possible to both reduce emissions, use resources efficiently, and produce enough energy that our country needs more and more every day? It’s possible thanks to solar energy!

As Alfa Solar, we dream of a future where our country and our world’s energy needs are fully met from renewable resources. To reach this dream, we produce photovoltaic panels with high efficiency, durability, and quality that will satisfy energy producers.

Because we know that by making solar energy more accessible and advantageous for producers, we can increase the possibility of producers turning to renewable energy.

A solar panel with a capacity of 2 MW produces 67,500 MWh of energy in 25 years. Producing this energy from solar energy instead of a thermal power plant prevents 64,800 tons of emission production. We prevent 758 tons of emission production every year with our 1.3 GW annual Energy Production.

WHY SOLAR ENERGY?

Clean Energy,
Clean World

Solar energy is clean energy. It does not pollute the air and water like power plants dependent on fossil fuel.
Solar energy plants do not produce sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, and carbon dioxide. It protects our air from pollutant particles and greenhouse gases, which both cause climate change and have adverse effects on human health.
Many power plants require water for production or cooling. In solar power generation, only a small amount of water is used for panel cleaning. This both provides benefits in terms of efficient use of water resources and does not disturb the natural balance by causing the water to heat up during waste water discharge.
WHY SOLAR ENERGY?

Unlimited Source,
Sustainable Production

The sun is one of the few resources that does not run out when used.
173,000 terawatts of solar energy reach the Earth’s surface every second. This energy is 10,000 times more than all the energy we spend on our planet. This means that we have an unlimited and very powerful energy source.
Fossil fuels are inherently limited resources. They require many investments such as finding fuel reserves, extracting fuel, processing, and transportation and deplete much faster than they form. Solar energy, on the other hand, is unlimited and infinite.
WHY SOLAR ENERGY?

High Efficiency
at Low Cost

The sun is a resource that allows you to produce energy very efficiently at low costs.
The costs of operating a solar energy plant are extremely low. It meets its own energy needs from the energy it produces. It provides high efficiency with little labor and resource use.
The installation of a solar energy plant is much more cost-effective, fast, and easy compared to other energy plants.
The maintenance and repair costs of solar panels are extremely low.
Solar energy plants do not need significant water resources, fertile lands, or coasts with touristic value. It enables the utilization of barren, unproductive lands.

Climate Change
and Solar Energy

Climate change and the risks of drought and natural disasters associated with it threaten our world more and more every day. It is known that the most important trigger of climate change is greenhouse gases that hold heat in the atmosphere and cause its increase. According to research, fossil fuels are responsible for 56% of this increase.

If we cannot manage to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, the average temperature increase is expected to reach 4°C by 2060. This brings the possibility of serious effects on food sources from agriculture to fisheries, difficulty in accessing clean water, increased frequency of natural disasters, and perhaps the entire world entering a serious crisis due to mass migrations.

If we manage to keep this warming at a level that does not exceed 2°C, the effects of warming can remain at a level that does not produce destructive consequences. To hit this target, we need to manage to keep the CO2 level in the atmosphere below 450 ppm.

This goal is easily achievable as long as we keep fossil fuel use to a minimum and produce our energy from renewable sources. When we combine clean energy production with conscious energy consumption and the fight against deforestation, the climate crisis can cease to be a risk threatening humanity. That’s why our world needs the sun!

Ecological Balance and
Solar Energy

Approximately half of the world’s energy needs are met from thermal power plants, hydroelectric power plants, and nuclear power plants. The effects of these facilities on the ecological balance of the region where they are located, although relatively less spoken, have very destructive results.

Nuclear power plants and thermal power plants are located near water resources because they need cooling water. The waters used to cool the power plant cause an increase in the average water temperature in the region when they are returned to the water source from which they were taken. This warming produces transformative effects on the natural life in the region, especially on aquatic creatures.

Changes in the moisture levels in the regions where the power plants are located, an increase in sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide in the atmosphere, and changes in the flow rate of water negatively affect natural life and vegetation. However, solar energy plants can produce energy without causing any of these environmental impacts. That’s why our world needs the sun!

Human Health and
Solar Energy

Every year, an estimated 5 million people worldwide lose their lives due to health issues associated with air pollution. Energy plants that utilize fossil fuels are significant contributors to this problem, releasing substantial amounts of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides into the air and causing a significant increase in the number of harmful particles.

Solar energy, however, produces absolutely no harmful waste during its energy production process. That’s why our planet needs solar energy!

1.3 GW

Production Capacity

3 Million Units

Solar Panel Production

40.000

Indoor Production Factory

750+ Employees

Full Capacity Production

Modern Robotic Production Facility Equipped with Cutting-Edge Technology

In our fully robotic production facility, we use advanced technology production machines.
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Infrared soldering that minimizes conductivity loss

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Cell alignment and sorting system that reduces power mismatch to a minimum

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Automatic string control, alignment with string system, and precise optical-electrical controls

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100% electroluminescence control capable of detecting even microcracks

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Precise measurement with a solar simulator and instant viewing capability with a QR code

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Advanced lamination machine with PID temperature
control for superior lamination

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