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Why bifacial solar panels are the way to go in 2023

Bifacial solar panels technology improvements for the future

If you have been in a conundrum on which solar panel system is ideal for your residence or commercial property, here is an explanation of why bi-facial solar panel systems are the optimum solution for solar panel systems our Maltese local islands.

What are bifacial solar panels

Unlike the traditional solar panels (only on one side), bifacial solar panels capture light on both sides of the panel. In this way, more light energy from the sun can be absorbed, allowing you to generate far more energy than an ordinary panel system which makes this system ideal for solar panels in Malta.

Bifacial solar panels for residences and commercial spaces

There was a time when bifacial solar panels were recommended mostly for commercial premises, however with newer installation methods these types of solar panels can easily be installed in residences. Their larger surface area allows them to absorb more light and it is recommended that they are installed in such a way that they are angled away from surfaces to ensure light can be reached on both sides of the panel – they can be installed through a ground-mounted system, slightly elevated on residential roofs or even on pergolas. Bifacial panels are also known to be more efficient durable than traditional solar panels making it a convincing argument to make the switch in 2023.

30% more energy efficient

Since bifacial solar panels capture light energy from both sides of the panel, the electricity yielded increases by up to 20%. This means that you will see a drastic reduction in your electricity bill making it the ideal investment if you’re looking to drastically cut down on your monthly spend.

Components of bifacial solar panels

Bifacial solar panels are usually made from monocrystalline cells and are slim, usually with dual-glass design or made with a transparent backsheet. The cells contain thin metal oxides which are incorporated in the interface layers and can be applied on both the front and the back of the panel.

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With so many options to choose from based on your energy trends, there is no better time to subscribe to a new solar panel system. Get in touch with us today and discover how you can be savings thousands of euros every year