When reading through the selling points of different panels you'll see retailers mention that the panels are half-cell or full-cell, as well as if they are polycrystalline or monocrystalline, but often it’s not exactly clear what this means. For example, we can tell you that we only stock panels made with monocrystalline cells and that's something we are quite proud of as we only want to supply our customers with the very best. But until you know what that means, you don’t know why it matters. So, today, let’s break down what these different panel manufacturing methods are, and what they mean
Thinking about going solar? Well, you might have heard something about the pitfalls of solar, the bad companies who burn out in no time, and leave their customers burnt in the process. Every company in the industry claims to offer the very best, and it can be hard to pick out the ones who can back up those claims. Here’s some information to help you choose the best of the bunch and avoid being left high and dry. Customers being left in the dark, is unfortunately something that can happen even to reasonably savvy consumers, due to unethical practices of ‘phoenix’ companies. ‘Phoenix’ companies
Solar goes a long way in reducing water pollution. 72% of water pollution comes from the massive amounts of water used as cooling in gas, oil, coal and nuclear power plants. Though solar manufacturing does use water, the amount is infinitesimal in comparison.