How to carry out configuration and installation on solar components; can photovoltaic yield increase by 10%?
When choosing solar modules, we are always tangled in the end. Is it good to choose single crystals or polycrystals? !
In fact, monocrystalline silicon cells and polycrystalline silicon solar cells are not much different, the life and stability between the two are very good, if you have to say something different, it should be the energy consumed in the manufacturing process, Polysilicon consumes about 30% less energy than single crystal silicon. Therefore, if you consider the issue of environmental protection, then the use of polysilicon solar cells will be more energy-efficient and environmentally friendly.
With the popularization of photovoltaic power generation knowledge, many fan friends not only consider energy saving and environmental protection when installing photovoltaic power plants, they also need to purchase the best components at the most reasonable price, and the demand for power generation is also increasing. As far as the components on the current market are concerned, they can be roughly classified into three categories: monocrystalline silicon components, polycrystalline silicon components, and amorphous silicon components (thin film components).
1. Monocrystalline silicon components: Monocrystalline silicon components generate electricity in the presence of weak light (referring to sunlight), and photoelectric conversion efficiency is the highest, but the production cost is high. Currently it is the mainstream of the market.
2. Polysilicon components: The manufacturing process of polysilicon components is similar to that of monocrystalline silicon components, but the conversion efficiency is much lower than that of monocrystalline silicon components. The only good advantage is that the production cost is lower than that of single crystals, and the cost performance is relatively high.
3. Amorphous silicon module (thin film module): The weak light of the amorphous silicon module generates electricity well, but the conversion efficiency is low and not stable enough. Compared with monocrystalline silicon components, polysilicon components are basically 2-3 generations poorer.