FAQ Solar Panels

What is a solar panel all about?

A solar panel comprise of multiple PV (photo voltaic) cells that convert sunshine to electricity. Two types of PV Panels are there - while one comprise of "Polycrystalline Cells", the other one contains "Monocrystalline Cells". Polycrystalline cells are effectively a slice cut from a block of silicon, consisting of a large number of crystals. They have a speckled reflective appearance and are very thick. They are less expensive to produce and more suited for off grid. Monocrystalline cells are much thinner and have a smoother feel to them. They are costlier to produce as compared to its polycrystalline counterpart. Based on the area available for solar installation, the required capacity of solar panels can be calculated. Call our solar expert to know your solar potential and get your solar journey started.

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My electricity bill is huge,can I do something about it?

How important is regular cleaning of solar panels?

Which direction should the solar panels face and why?

Can I use normal cables in a rooftop solar system?

How does solar energy benefit the environment?

Are solar panels difficult to maintain?

How soon will I notice a difference in my electricity bills after switching to solar energy?

Will my solar panels generate electricity during cloudy, rainy, or snowy days? What about at night?

Is solar energy reliable and powerful enough for my home or business?

How do solar panels actually work?