FAQ

Solar panels work by absorbing sunlight with photovoltaic cells, generating direct current (DC) energy, and then converting it to usable alternating current (AC) energy with the help of an inverter.

You can order easily using our online platform. When you find a product you need, you can add it to cart, login and go through the ordering process. After the order is ready, you will receive order summary and invoice to your email.

Switching to solar energy can significantly reduce your electricity bills, increase your energy independence, and minimize your carbon footprint. It’s a clean, renewable energy source that leverages the power of the sun.

Most high-quality solar panels are designed to last for 25-30 years or more. However, this doesn’t mean they stop producing electricity after that period, but the energy production significantly reduces.

Yes, solar panels can work in cloudy weather. Although their efficiency is reduced, solar panels can still produce power from indirect sunlight.

Battery storage solutions store surplus energy generated by your solar panels. This stored energy can be used when sunlight is low or absent, or during power outages, ensuring uninterrupted access to solar energy.

Yes, with our EV charging station installation service, you can charge your electric vehicle using the power generated by your solar panels, significantly reducing your vehicle’s running costs.

Yes, we offer warranties on our solar panels, inverters, battery storage solutions, and installation services. The duration of the warranties varies based on the product or service.

Our solar panels have a high efficiency rate. The exact efficiency can vary based on the model of the solar panel. Please refer to the product details for specific figures.

Solar energy helps reduce carbon emissions and reliance on fossil fuels. It’s a renewable energy source that contributes to the mitigation of global warming.

Solar energy reduces your energy costs by generating free electricity from the sun, reducing the amount you need to purchase from the grid. Plus, if your system produces more energy than you use, you may be able to sell it back to the grid.

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