Solar Panels

Solar Panels


Solar Plant in Gujarat The manufacture specifications on solar panels are obtained under the standard condition which is not the real operating condition the solar panels are exposed to on the installation site. Photovoltaic modules use light Renewable Energy (photons) from the Sun to generate electricity through the photovoltaic effect. Most modules use Solar Water Heater-based crystalline silicon cells or thin-film cells. The structural (load carrying) member of a module can be either the top layer or the back layer. 

Solar panels are those devices that are used to absorb the sun’s rays and convert them into electricity or heat. A solar panel is actually a collection of Solar Power cells, which can be used to generate electricity through the photovoltaic effect. These cells are arranged in a grid-like pattern on the surface of solar panels.

Thus, it may also be described as a set of photovoltaic modules, mounted on a structure supporting it. A photovoltaic (PV) module is a packaged and connected assembly of 6×10 solar cells.

Installation of solar panels in homes helps in combating the harmful emissions of greenhouse gases and thus helps reduce global warming. Solar panels do not lead to any form of pollution and are clean. They also decrease our reliance on fossil fuels (which are limited) and traditional power sources.

How does it work?

  • A solar panel is an assembly of solar cells that can convert light directly into electricity. By combining the capacity of several solar panels, part of a family’s electricity needs can be covered.
  • At the moment, depending on the type of panel, 5 to 19 % of the light energy can be converted into electricity. This is known as the “output” of the panel. As the technology is constantly being improved, the output should increase further.
  • Using solar panels you can convert sunlight, which is free and inexhaustible, into electricity. This conversion is achieved thanks to the so-called “semiconductor” material from which each solar cell is made.

Two generations of solar panels

  • First-generation solar panels use monocrystalline or polycrystalline silicon (output of 12 to 19 %).
  • Second-generation solar panels consist of solar cells made of amorphous silicon. Solar Plant in Gujarat This name also applies to solar panels based on other materials that have appeared on the market more recently.
    • CIS (copper-indium-selenium)
    • CIS (copper-indium-gallium-selenium)
    • CdTe (cadmium telluride)
      The particular feature of this second generation is that it uses thin semiconductor layers (“thin films”). This explains why these panels are less expensive and more aesthetic, but also have a lower output (from 5 to 11 %).

Types of Modules

  • More Power /m2 compared to Industry Average.
  • Superior Performance at NOCT and PCT Condition.
  • 5BB Modules offer Better Performance against microcrack compared at 4BB & 3BB Modules.
  • Triple EL checking to Ensure defect free Modules.
Waaree panels
  • Superior Module effiency as per international Benchmarks.
  • PID Ressisant Modules.
  • Glass with anti reflective coating (Improve Light Transmission).
  • Salt Mist, Ammonia and heat ressistant.
  • Sustain Heavy Wind & Snow loads (2400 Pa & 5400 Pa).
  • Modules binned by current to improve system performance