Solar Just Got A Whole Lot More Exciting !
Are You Looking For One Of The Most Powerful Solar Panels On The Planet ?
Well consider this, according to the California Energy Commission's website, at 92.88%, the ultra high performance Bifacial (Double Sided) solar panels in our new Hyper X2 grid tie solar kits offer a better PTC to STC ratio performance rating than every one of the SunPower® solar panels listed below!
Don't take our word for
it, visit the California Energy Commission's website and see for yourself.
Not only that, but the solar panels in our new Hyper X2 solar systems offer a better temperature coefficient rating than all of these SunPower® solar panels for better performance in hot climates!
Best of all, you'll get all of this incredible performance at a price that's nearly half of what SunPower® charges for their systems.
Simply Put... Hyper X2 Rocks!
As Well As All These Other Brand's Models:
The SolarWorldâ 165 though 260 Watt solar panels.
The LGâ 210 through 300 Watt panels.
The REC™ 205 through 260 Watt panels.
The Sunivaâ 220 through 320 Watt panels.
The Ecosolargyâ 165 through 300 Watt panels.
The Kyoceraâ 175 Through 215 Watt Solar Panels.
The Yingli Green Energyâ 170 Through 305 Watt Solar Panels.
The Canadian Solarâ 150 through 310 Watt panels.
The Hanwha SolarOneâ 150 through 310 Watt panels.
The ET Solar Industryâ 165 through 310 Watt panels.
The Talesun Solarâ 175 through 320 Watt panels.
The Trinaâ 165 through 315 Watt panels.
The Sharpâ 187 through 300 Watt panels.
The AU Optronicsâ 170 through 270 Watt panels.
The Hyundaiâ 191 through 305 Watt panels.
The MAGEâ Solar 180 Through 300 Watt Solar Panels.
The Upsolarâ 155 through 300 Watt panels.
The Lumosâ 175 through 305 Watt panels.
The Grapeâ 160 through 410 Watt panels.
The Schucoâ 165 through 270 Watt panels.
The Solarland USAâ 160 through 250 Watt panels.
The Innotechâ 210 through 270 Watt panels.
The DM Solar™ 180 through 280 Watt panels.
The Solonâ 215 through 280 Watt panels.
The Solarfun Powerâ 150 Through 245 Watt Solar Panels.
The BPâ 170 through 237 Watt solar panels.
The Solonâ 215 through 300 Watt panels.
The Axitec Solarâ 190 Through 315 Watt Solar Panels.
The Andaly Solarâ 165 Through 210 Watt Solar Panels.
The Solar Tech Powerâ 210 through 240 Watt panels.
The 1Soltechâ 180 through 235 Watt panels.
The Solar Power SPIâ 165 through 210 Watt panels.
The Advanced Renewable Energyâ 210 through 240 Watt panels.
The ERA Solar 170 through 245 Watt panels.
The ASUN Energyâ 190 through 210 Watt panels.
The Eoplly New Energy Technology 180 through 285 Watt panels.
The Supreme Solarâ 165 through 280 Watt panels.
The Green Powerâ 165 through 260 Watt panels.
The Clean Source & Energyâ 115 through 220 Watt panels.
The Tianwei New Energyâ 155 through 235 Watt panels.
The DelSolarâ 210 through 240 Watt panels.
The Ningboâ NB Solar 150 through 240 Watt panels.
The Ligitek Photovoltaic Companyâ 210 through 240 Watt panels.
The Apollo Solar Energyâ 190 through 210 Watt panels.
The Alpsâ ATI-1750 165 through the ATI-2000 240 Watt panels.
The Aleo Solar AGâ 165 through 270 Watt panels.
And on and on and on.........
PTC refers to PVUSA Test Conditions, which were developed to test and compare PV systems as part of the PVUSA (Photovoltaics for Utility Scale Applications) project. PTC are 1,000 Watts per square meter solar irradiance, 20 degrees C air temperature, and wind speed of 1 meter per second at 10 meters above ground level. PV manufacturers use Standard Test Conditions, or STC, to rate their PV products. STC are 1,000 Watts per square meter solar irradiance, 25 degrees C cell temperature, air mass equal to 1.5, and ASTM G173-03 standard spectrum. The PTC rating, which is lower than the STC rating, is generally recognized as a more realistic measure of PV output because the test conditions better reflect "real-world" solar and climatic conditions, compared to the STC rating. All ratings in the list are DC (direct current) watts.