Solar panel options

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Solar panel options

Post by James » 30 Apr 2011, 21:49

Origin have a promotion on at the moment and I'm looking at installing a system but confused with the offerings.

The basic model (1.5KWatt) has higher efficient panels (monocrystal=14.24%) but the inverter cannot be upgraded.

The 1.6 and 2.0 KWatt models have upgradable inverters but less efficient panels (polycrystal=12.84%)

The upgradable can have another unit plugged into it to double its capacity - second unit only cuts in when needed.

What is the best thing to do?

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Re: Solar panel options

Post by Donny Berns » 02 May 2011, 21:31

Dont forget mono and poly solar panels are different in size for a particular wattage. The poly are usually smaller than the mono so you can install more poly solar panels than mono solar panels. I would prefer the the upgradeable inverter solution.

Check out Anglian Homes for some good solar information.

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