Black Solar Panelsamerisolar2021-04-02T14:25:17+02:00
Black Solar Panels
Black Solar Panels are similar to crystalline silicon solar cells but the most important the difference is that black silicon solar cells are treated so that they appear to be black on the surfaces and it tends to absorb more sunlight, which translates to more energy gathered for a solar cell.
It’s an attractive option for areas that don’t get as much sunlight but still want to make good use of the light they do receive. If you need more information don’t hesitate to contact us. Our technical staff at your disposal for any type of question you may have.
Amerisolar’s black solar panels have the full certifications to guarantee you that you only purchase the best solar panels.
ISO 45001:2018: Occupational health and safety management system
20 years product warranty.
30 years linear power output warranty.
Transparent solar panels as the Industry Standard
Monocrystalline solar panels, although more expensive, are more efficient compared to the most recent and more affordable
polycrystalline and thin-film photovoltaic panel technologies. It offers a lot of benefits, which is why a lot of clients are drawn to
it than to any other solar panel types.
Monocrystalline solar panels have proven themselves
durable and long-lasting. In fact, some of the early modules
installed during the 1970’s are still producing solar electricity
until this day. A number of solar websites even suggest that
monocrystalline solar panels can last up to 50 years with solar
engineers backing it up by saying that it may only have a slight
efficiency drop off of around 0.5%.
Many monocrystalline solar panel manufacturers claim
a lifespan of 25-30 years, but as long as the PV panel is
maintained and kept-clean , it will still have the ability to
Embodied energy refers to the amount of energy required to
create and supply a product. This is also another benefit from
monocrystalline solar panels as it can be manufactured faster.
Lower Installation Costs
While like all other types of solar panels,
monocrystalline solar panels also have depreciating output
of about 12-15% when exposed to sunlight temperature of
around 50 degrees Celsius or 115 degrees Farenheit, its loss of
efficiency is relatively lower than that of PV panels out of
PV panels out of monocrystalline solar cells convert the
highest amount of solar energy to power of any flat solar panel
type as well as any specific area such as the roof. It also the
best choice of solar panel for places with limited space like
Unlike some thin solar panels that use cadmium
tellurium, which is a probable carcinogen, monocrystalline
solar panels does not contain environmental hazards.
One great benefit of monocrystalline solar panels is that
it limits the use of fuel sources and greenhouse gases.
With all these benefits and advantages enumerated, it is not
surprising why monocrystalline solar panels have gotten the
interests of clients who want to go green. It really maximizes
one’s return on investment and many of our satisfied clients
can attest to that. Now, for more information about our
monocrystalline solar panels, don’t hesitate to contact us and
a dedicated staff will be available to answer all your inquiries.