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What is solar electricity?

Solar panels convert sunlight into electrical energy. This energy is commonly referred to as solar electricity and their performance is usually measured in efficiency.

Monocrystalline panels?

Mono panels are made from one silicon crystal and hence these have a uniform colour and look. Poly panels are made from many silicon crystals that are fused together and have a slightly different look.
It is sometimes said, mono panels perform better at low light because they are made from single crystals.

Do I need to clean the panels?

Panels in time do get dirty however with regular rainfall, these should clean itself. In cases where there is little rainfall, a garden hose can be used.

How do the panels stand against the weather?

The panels are designed against winds and hail. The panels can sustain hail with a diameter of 25mm falling at 80 km/h.

Where are they mounted at what angle and their effects?

The panels are mounted preferably on your North facing roof for optimal output, however NE and NW are also acceptable. Also purely E and W are also okay. There has to be a minimum of  3/5 degrees tilt.

What about shading?

It is okay to have minimal shading, however if there is shading for most of the day this maybe non economic to progress.

Why choose solar?

By choosing solar power generation for your home or business, you can make a difference to our environment and save money at the same time. A Solar Mission Australia electric system allows you to harness the abundant power of the sun, creating sustainable clean energy. Connection to the electricity grid means you can get extra power if you need it, and you can sell any excess power you generate that you don’t first use in your home or business, back to the grid, for your neighbours to use.


Solar Mission Australia is a direct importer, we offer the best prices, latest technology, best services etc.

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