Solar technology makes use of solar panels to convert energy from the sun into electrical energy. The energy generated can be used to power up your home or office, or, you can store it in batteries and use it later. Solar panels are made up of several solar cells that comprise layers of silicon, phosphorous, and boron. The panels absorb the photons and thereby initiate the flow of electric current.
Polycrystalline Solar Panels
- Advance EVA Encapsulation
- Excellent Low Light Performance
- PID Resistance Technology
- Resilience to Extreme Weather
Polycrystalline solar panels consist of multiple photovoltaic cells, and each cell contains silicon crystals. They are a slice cut from a block of silicon, consisting of a number of crystals. These crystals make the pales function like a semiconductor and thus generate electricity. Polycrystalline solar panels are eco-friendly. They do not require the placement and shaping of each crystal and therefore produce less waste.
Mono PERC Half Cut Solar Panels
- Better Shading Tolerance
- Half Cut Solar Cell Technology
- Reduced Hot Spots
- Reduced Power Losses
Mono PERC half-cut solar panels consist of solar cells that are cut in half in order to improve the panel’s performance and durability. When the panels are halved, the current also gets halved, which reduces the resistive losses and allows solar cells to produce more power. All this leads to increased efficiency and greater durability.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I buy solar panels?
There are many reasons why you must go solar, be it improving the current environmental conditions or cutting energy costs. Solar panels might be expensive to install, but eventually, they will reduce your utility bills and help save money. Look at it as a long-term investment rather than an expense. It will prevent any unpredictable increases in your electricity costs.
Does Solar Panel work during night time or monsoon?
What is a Polycrystalline solar panel?
What is a Mono PERC half-cut solar panel?
What do I need to look for when planning to install Solar panels?