A solar panel’s efficiency focuses on its ability to convert natural sunlight into usable energy. This efficiency is relies on the quality and exposure to weather conditions. In time, efficiency may decrease and cause a significant reduction in panel performance and ability to absorb and convert solar energy.
Most conventional solar panels are built at a rate of 15-18% efficiency. That value may decrease depending on certain factors and influences.
The most efficient solar panels available for purchase are made with some specific goals in mind: to increase the amount of electricity converted (even if it comes from less space) and to continually improve and be flexible when it comes to technology.
Presently, SunPower makes the most efficient solar panels available for purchase. Their solar cells have an efficiency rate of over 20%, which is more than the current market offers. By constantly upgrading and technologically advancing, they are able to offer something that makes sense: quality equipment, monitoring and maximization of electrical energy produced from solar.
If you are thinking of acquiring a solar system, make sure to do some research beforehand. This way, you will be sure that your long term investment is placed in the hands of professionals who know what they are doing.
SunPower offers a wide range of solar panels, all high quality and manufactured up to the highest standards. The following are just a glimpse of what you can choose for your solar installation:
The X-Series panels – these solar panels have a high 21.5% energy conversion efficiency and are designed to offer 44% more power per panel. This materializes into more power in smaller spaces, which means you will consequently require fewer panels to generate the same amount of electricity. The panels have a clean, minimalist design and are designed especially for residential areas. They are built with SunPower’s third-generation Maxeon solar cells and come with a 25 year warranty.
The E-Series panels – these solar panels have a 20.1 energy conversion efficiency and are designed to absorb plenty of sunlight to power up your home. They are built with SunPower’s second-generation Maxeon solar cells and have an acknowledged good look, efficiency and warranty.
The newest, most efficient solar panels available for purchase regularly look for ways of eliminating cell failures, whilst increasing efficiency and performance. The goal is to gradually detach from conventional panels and introduce solar panels that can absorb more sunlight, which have a solid copper backing for strength and are less likely to crack under weather conditions.
While ElectriCare does not manufacture solar equipment, we present you with the offers and let you choose what’s best and most pertinent to your interests.