Solar panels rely on a maximum amount of sunlight to generate the most amount of energy possible. The positioning and location of solar panels make them vulnerable to bird droppings and collecting significant amounts of dust and dirt that average rainfall cannot sufficiently clean.
Solar panels may come with a high upfront cost, but the truth remains that they’re a worthwhile investment. With a solar system installed in your home or commercial facility, you now get to enjoy lower energy bills, an increase in your property value, and of course, a renewable energy source for the next couple of years.
When you evaluate solar panels for your photovoltaic (PV) system, you will encounter two main categories of panel options: monocrystalline solar panels (mono) and polycrystalline solar panels (poly).