Voltage at Maximum Power
Current at Maximum Power
> 25 years Warranty
> Highest conversion efficiency of 17%
> Anti-reflective and anti-soiling surface power loss from dirt and dust
> Excellent mechanical load resistance
> PID resistant, high salt and ammonia resistance
Introduction to HQ Solar Panels
Since the dawn of time the sun has been providing energy for the planet, helping plants grow, warming the seas, and maintaining the conditions for life to thrive. In the last century and a bit, man has been seeking to develop new and ingenious ways to harness that energy in the form of solar panels, turning sunlight into electricity that feeds millions of homes.
Types of Photovoltaic Cells
One of our fastest developing technologies is found in the photovoltaic cells that power solar pv systems and provides the electricity and heat used in our homes and businesses. Researchers and developers are working harder than ever to bring the price down and produce new technologies that decrease our reliance on fossil fuels. That means solar pv systems are becoming more and more viable as renewable energy generating technology.Most commercially used solar pv systems currently use silicon photovoltaic cells in one form or another and they are judged primarily upon their efficiency at producing electricity and their subsequent cost. Pure silicon cells such monocrystalline have a high efficiency but also cost more, which may not make them suitable for use in domestic abodes. Hybrid cells, a mix of silicon and organic substances, have a lower efficiency but cost less.
How are Solar Panels Installed?
Before you even think about having your solar system installed you will need to have an engineer to inspect your property and measure the roof size, inclination and shade coverage, what your estimated solar panel installation will achieve and how much money you are likely to earn or save. The surveyor will also asses the ability of your roof to take the weight of the new solar panel installation.