There are lot of solar panels available in Indian market of varying size and quality. If you are wondering which is the best solar panel in India, this post is for you. After reading this post you will have fair idea on what are the parameters you should look for when choosing solar panels.
Most of the commercially used solar panels are polycrystalline type, generally in the range 300 Watt to 350 Watt, comes with a product warranty of 10 years and performance warranty period of around 25 years. If you check the following few parameters before choosing solar panels brand, you can be reasonably sure that you are selecting a good solar panel.
1. Cumulative shipments
2. Tier 1 (BNEF)
3. Power tolerance
4. Temperature coefficient
7. Maximum wind load
8. Maximum snow load
9. Product warranty
10. Performance warranty
You can find a comprehensive comparison of various solar panels in the following table.
For the above comparison Adani Solar, Canadian Solar, Emmvee Solar, JA Solar, Jinko Solar, Tata Power Solar, Trina Solar, Vikram Solar, Waaree Energies and Yingli Solar is considered, since these are the top solar panels available in India.
Other notable solar panel brands available in Indian market are First Solar, Goldi Green, Hanwha Solar, HHV Solar, Luminous, Photon Solar, Premier Solar, ReneSola, REC Solar, Risen Energy, Sova Solar, Su-Kam, Suntech, Talesun, XL Energy etc. If you know any other good solar panel brand available in India, please let me know in the comment section.
The last generation solar panel has become so durable that it can produce energy for 50 years. However, faults can occur in production batches and these faults can result in a reduced energy output after a panel has been in use for only a few years. That is why it is important to invest in panels that come from reputed brands so that you get the promised warranty.
Have you installed solar panels in your home, office or done some project? Which brand solar panel you used? Please share your experience, so that others can can benefited from that.
Co-founder & CEO, AlienSolar
He did his PhD in Physics from Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics, Kolkata and worked on LHC at CERN, Switzerland. After completing PhD he co-founded AlienSolar to promote solar energy with a vision to make it the main source of energy replacing the fossil fuels. Interested in renewable energy, blockchain and space technology!
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