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Solar Power is arguably the cleanest, most reliable form of renewable energy available, and it can be used in several forms to help power your home or business. Solar-powered photovoltaic (PV) panels convert the sun's rays into electricity by exciting electrons in silicon cells using the photons of light from the sun. This electricity can then be used to supply renewable energy to your home or business.

How Do Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Panels Produce Energy?

Solar panels are made of photovoltaic cells that consist of a positive and a negative film of silicon placed under a thin slice of glass. As the photons of the sunlight beat down upon these cells, they knock the electrons off the silicon. The negatively-charged free electrons are preferentially attracted to one side of the silicon cell, which creates an electric voltage that can be collected and channeled. This current is gathered by wiring the individual solar panels together in series to form a solar photovoltaic array. Depending on the size of the installation, multiple strings of solar photovoltaic array cables terminate in one electrical box, called a fused array combiner. The electricity produced at this stage is DC (direct current) and must be converted to AC (alternating current) suitable for use in your home or business.


Mono Crystalline Solar Panels


-- Made out of the highest-grade silicon hence have better efficiency.
-- Efficient in low-light conditions areas. (Northern Areas).
-- Better life than polycrystalline due to high-grade silicon.
-- Monocrystalline solar panels tend to be more efficient in warm weather. Difference is small.

-- Higher costs than polycrystalline (5-10Rs per watt).

Poly Crystalline Solar Panels


-- Lower costs than monocrystalline solar panels.
-- Modern technology have made polycrystalline panels more efficient, close to monocrystalline.
-- Made out of lower silicon purity, hence have lower efficiency than monocrystalline solar panels.
-- Not efficient as monocrystalline solar panels in low-light conditions.

Ideal Location for Solar Panels:
In most solar systems, solar panels are placed on the roof. An ideal site will have no shade on the panels, especially during the prime sunlight hours; a south-facing installation will usually provide the optimum potential for your system, but other orientations may provide sufficient production. Trees or other factors that cause shading during the day will cause significant decreases to power production. The importance of shading and efficiency cannot be overstated. In a solar panel, if even just one of its 36 cells is shaded, power production will be reduced by more than half. 

Leading cell and solar module technology guarantees the world class stability and reliability backed by 25 years linear performance warranty. All series of regular solar panels are manufactured to the strictest engineering guidelines, ensuring each solar panel meets the international standards of quality and safety.

Top / Best Solar Panels PV Manufacturers in the World - Rated By Bloomberg New Energy Finance 

Key Features

  • Third Party Insured - Tier1 Rated by Bloomberg New Energy Finance
  • 10 years product Warranty (materials and workmanship); 25 years linear solar panel power output warranty
  • Easy to operate and maintain
  • Zero Noise Pollution
  • Zero Air Pollution
  • Complete sustainable solution

Our Partners

  • Jinko Solar Panels
  • Talesun Solar Panels
  • Solar World Solar Panels (Manufactured in Germany)
  • Canadian Solar Panels
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