What is the efficiency of solar panels?
Solar panel efficiency is a measurement of how much of the sun’s energy a certain panel can convert into usable electricity. This is done by capturing the electrical current generated when sunshine interacts with the solar cells in the panel and is transferred through the wiring and busbars to be converted into AC (alternating current) energy. The AC energy is then sent to your Main Panel and distributed throughout the house. Measuring efficiency is fairly simple. If a solar panel has 20 percent efficiency, that means it’s capable of converting 20 percent of the sunshine hitting it into electricity. The highest efficiency solar panels on the market today can reach almost 23 percent efficiency. The average efficiency of solar panels falls between the 17 to 19 percent efficiency range. We Offer premium panels Longi achieves record conversion rate of 20.41% for PERC modules Longi Green Energy Technology has announced a new record conversion rate of 20.41% for its P-type PERC monocrystalline modules. We offer all brands but we prefer Longi because they are the best.
What Is A Solar Inverter?
How Solar Energy Storage Works?
Residential Solar Batteries
Monitoring My Solar System
ADVANTAGES OF MONITORING YOUR SOLAR SYSTEM
ENERGY PRODUCTION TRENDS
If you regularly track trends in production, you can detect problems when they arise. Sometimes your panels are under-producing due to something such as a tree branch that blew onto the array or a heavy snowfall.