Going solar is an excellent decision to make. Not only will it help save you some money on your electric bill, but you’re also contributing to the preservation of the environment. However, before you can benefit from solar energy, you need to choose the right MV Solar solar panels Newcastle first. In an aim to help you make the right decision, here are some essential points that you should consider:
Solar Panel Efficiency
When it comes to efficiency, we’re referring to the percentage ratio of the energy in the sunlight that hits the surface of the panel in contrast to the electrical power that the module generates. For example, if the solar panel collected half the energy in the sun, then the module’s efficiency would be around 50%.
In real-world circumstances, conventional solar panel efficiencies range from approximately 12% up to over 21%. The higher the efficiency, the more watts you’ll get per square metre of the panel. That means also means the higher the efficiency, the smaller the solar panel becomes for the same electrical output and less roof space needed.
Solar Panel Cost
Pricing of MV Solar solar panels Newcastle depends on a lot of factors. You’ll have to make some calculations. The calculation should include the number of watts you’re getting per dollar of the module, also known as a dollar per watt. Standard solar panels can range in price from $0.70 to $1.82 per watt, which includes GST.
Keep in mind that when purchasing a solar panel, you will get what you paid for. That’s why you should be cautious about choosing your solar panels solely on price as the low cost could also mean poor performance and reliability. You can talk to one of our solar panel experts about this by clicking the link below.
Warranty and Module Quality
For an average person, it can be challenging to determine the quality of MV Solar solar panels Newcastle, inverters and installation services from a direct quote. Keep in mind that salespeople, as much as they want to help you get a great deal, can be biased. That’s why, when buying a solar panel, you need to be aware of several factors. The first thing that you should consider when rating a solar panel is to look at the reviews. By doing so, you will get a good idea of how various modules perform in local conditions. You can also look at our solar panel comparison chart to view exact pricing and specifications on different popular brands. At the same time, you should also look at a brand’s warranty policy.