When sunlight reflects from a surface this can lead to an effect of either glint or glare. Glint is generally caused by movement of the reflective object or receptor, causing a quick flash, such as the sun reflecting from a car windscreen as it passes you on a sunny day. Glare is a longer-term bright reflection from a surface which is affected by the sun’s intensity and angle.

That’s where Solar comes in.

As a source of reflection, Solar PV can potentially affect aviation, residential and roadway receptors.