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Solar Panel Efficiency
Solar panel efficiency refers to the amount of ambient light that can be converted into usable electricity. There are two ways to evaluate photovoltaic solar efficiency: You can look at solar cell efficiency or at solar panel efficiency. Solar cell efficiency is the amount of light that the individual solar cell converts to electricity. Solar cells are placed next to one another on top of a back sheet and are covered by glass to make up a solar panel, in most common module assemblies.
Higher output, efficiency and longevity, – comes from better-built solar panels using glass-on-glass assembly, protecting the cells, rigidity, and gaining much more sunlight from reflective surroundings, to absorb sun’s rays on both sides of the panels. Bi-facial solar panels are the leading efficiency and guaranteed output panels on the market today.
Solar Panel Reliability
Simply put, solar panel reliability is all about time and power output – it is how many years your system will last, based on normal conditions and how much power you receive for the money spent and the specific project conditions. Many solar manufacturers say their products have gone through rigorous industry certifications, such as UL and IEC. But that hairdryer you bought has a UL certification; it doesn’t mean it’s a high-quality product, only that you won’t be electrocuted while using it. Such certifications are for safety only; they do not guarantee consistent performance over the life of the panel. Using one of the longest-running Solar Company’s panels noted for it’s highest output of all commercially available panels, is what EWB recommends for projects needing higher quality and density. Price alone is not the main goal here, rather, performance and longevity and more power per square foot and continue to be some of the most attractive panels on the market.