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SingleSolar can help you find the most affordable solar power solutions custom fitted for your home. We provide you with an easy, hassle-free experience, guiding you through the process of buying solar panels and improving your overall solar power experience.
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Solar power is nearly infinite. The amount of sunlight that strikes the earth’s surface in 1.5 hours is enough to power the entire world’s energy consumption for a full year. The most common solar panels create their energy by using photovoltaic energy (PV).Get Started
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Monocrystalline Solar Panels
Monocrystalline solar cells, characterized by their rounded edges, get their name from the single-crystal silicon used in them. Since these cells use single-crystal silicon, they’re able to generate electricity by giving electrons more room to move around. Monocrystalline panels are a “premium” solar panel since they are known for their higher efficiencies and sleek designs.
Polycrystalline Solar Panels
Polycrystalline solar panels are popular for their low price. They tend to be characterized by their blue hue, compared to the black hue of monocrystalline panels, and straight edges. The major differentiating factor of polycrystalline solar panels is that they’re made from many silicon fragments melted together, unlike the single crystal of silicon used to manufacture monocrystalline panels.
Thin-Film Solar Panels
Thin-film panels, as their name suggests, are much more lightweight and flexible. Standard solar panels require a significant amount of silicon, while thin-film doesn’t, making them more environmentally friendly since the emissions required to create a thin film cell and panel are much lower than those of monocrystalline and polycrystalline panels.
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The time is right for solar. The federal government provides a 26% tax credit for solar panel installation in 2020 and then lowers to 22% in 2021. No solar tax credit is scheduled after 2021.
The time is right for solar. The federal government provides a 26% tax credit for solar panel installation in 2020 and then lowers to 22% in 2021. No solar tax credit is scheduled after 2021.Get Started