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Understanding LID (Light Induced Degradation) and its effects on solar panels

The first thing solar investors look into PV models is outdoor reliability and efficiency. Since the panels are installed outdoors, the ability to withstand harsh weather conditions and the potential to perform are significant indicators of quality panels.  A solid understanding of the solar panel circuitry, photovoltaic device design, and thermal resistance is crucial to [...]

By | 2020-10-29T13:23:43+00:00 October 29th, 2020|Solar Modules, Solar Panels|Comments Off on Understanding LID (Light Induced Degradation) and its effects on solar panels

Significance of increasing size of mono-crystalline wafers in modules

In the hyper-competitive world of the solar industry, manufacturers are always on the lookout for better performing raw materials and technology that can accelerate power output. Performance is something that gives them a competitive edge on other players. The last decade has seen a momentous growth in solar-powered products. The undying quest of manufacturing a [...]

By | 2020-09-28T08:59:58+00:00 September 28th, 2020|Solar Modules, Solar Panels|Comments Off on Significance of increasing size of mono-crystalline wafers in modules

The impact of solar panel size on energy harvest

As a clean energy investor, you must have caught a glimpse of solar arrays on a commercial project and observed the various sizes of panels used in the installation. You constantly wonder what size will be the right option for your solar project and how the size can affect the initial cost of installation. The [...]

By | 2020-10-29T08:32:41+00:00 April 28th, 2020|Solar Modules, Solar Panels|Comments Off on The impact of solar panel size on energy harvest