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The innovative revolution

Solar panels enable you to generate your own electricity from a clean and unlimited source - the sun. By installing solar panels on the roofs of homes, businesses, public buildings, and land, you can generate clean and renewable energy for powering electrical devices. This saves money in the long run by reducing energy costs while also reducing environmental impact.

Environmental benefits:

  • A solar panel installation has generally an estimated lifetime of 25 – 30 years.

  • Solar panels produce electricity from renewable energy.

  • Electricity production takes place quietly without disturbing the surroundings.

  • Electricity production and consumption occur close to each other, reducing transmission losses in the electrical grids.

  • On a rooftop, production also does not require any additional land.

  • For a solar panel installation installed in Sweden, it takes approximately two to three years to produce as much energy as it takes to manufacture, transport and operate it.


Financial benefits:

  • Guarding against unexpected increases in energy prices.

  • You can produce enough electricity yourself to cover all or part of your electricity consumption.

  • A solar installation increases the value of your property.

  • Solar panels are virtually maintenance-free.

  • Solar panels for an average-sized house yield around 11 percent

  • The payback period for solar panels is relatively short compared to their lifespan.

  • The payback period for solar panels is usually between 6-10 years.

Below we list some of the advantages of solar panels






Black cells with black busbars



Black cells with white busbars

All-black solar panels have a combination of black cells and black busbars (current conductors). 

Black-white solar panels have a combination of black cells and white busbars (current conductors). 

What is the difference?

  1. Appearance: All-black panels have black cells, black busbars and black frame. They are designed to be discreet and blend in more seamlessly with the roof or the installation where they are mounted. All-black Panels are often considered more aesthetically pleasing because their uniform and discreet appearance blends well with the roof or where they are installed. With their dark color, they are less conspicuous.

    On the other hand, black panels with white busbars have a black surface but have white lines (busbars) running across the surface of the panel. Busbars are used to collect and transport the generated solar energy. In contrast to the All-black panels
    , black panels with white busbars provide a visual contrast and a slightly different look with their white lines stretching across the surface.

  2. Efficiency: Panels with white busbars may be slightly more efficient than all-black panels, although the difference is relatively small. Not only do all-black panels heat up faster, but they also allow for less light capture. Both factors reduce efficiency. On panels with white busbars, unused light is reflected and then captured to be used by the solar cell. This increases the current of the cell and makes panels with white busbars slightly more efficient. However, the difference in efficiency is only 0.5% overall for all-black panels.

  3. Cost: All black panels and black panels with white busbars may have different pricing depending on manufacturer, market and other factors. There may be variations in cost based on demand, availability and aesthetic preferences.

What are busbars?

Busbars are used in solar panels to conduct the current from the solar cells to the output of the panel. Busbars act as a kind of current conductor that collects the current from the individual cells in the panel and leads it on to the output of the panel. Busbars are usually made of copper or aluminum and are designed to have low resistance, so that as much current as possible can be transferred from the cells to the output without being lost as heat.

Intelligent - not”smart”

Solar panels are an intelligent solution for harnessing energy from the sun and reducing dependence on fossil fuels. Unlike the concept of being 'smart,' which can imply simple automation, solar panels are a complex system of technology that can adapt to variations in sunlight and other conditions to ensure maximum production of clean and renewable energy. Converting sunlight into electricity for consumption is an advanced process, but with our experienced designers and technicians, we ensure that all steps are planned and installed correctly, safely, and sustainably.

How do solar panels work?

The solar panel contains two layers of semiconductors, one positively charged and one negatively charged.

When sunlight is absorbed, electrons are released from one layer to the other. This movement creates an electric field.

This drives a current through an external circuit, which is sent to an inverter that converts it from DC to AC power.

Your property can now contribute to environmental conservation and reduce electricity costs. In addition, it also increases the value of the property.

The generated electricity can power appliances, cars, lighting, heating and cooling systems and anything else that uses electricity.

The inverter is connected to a main or subpanel, allowing you to use the self-generated electricity.

Solar Panels - From functionality to sustainability and climate struggle

The solar panel revolution: How solar Panels are changing energy extraction from the sun

Solar panels have become an increasingly common sight around the world and are a technology that has revolutionized the way we extract energy from the sun. Solar Panels directly convert solar energy into electrical energy by utilizing photovoltaic (PV) cells. These cells are made of materials that generate electricity when exposed to sunlight.

Solar cells are interconnected in solar panels, which are then mounted on roofs or ground surfaces to generate power. When the rays of the sun hit the solar panels, they absorb photons from the sun's light. These photons generate an electrical voltage that drives a current through the panel. This current can then be used directly in a power grid or stored in batteries for later use.​

Solar panel mounting: How solar panels are mounted for maximum exposure to sunlight

​Solar panels work best when placed in direct sunlight and tilted towards the sun. Solar panels can be mounted in different ways to get maximum exposure to the sun and to avoid shading from trees or buildings.

Solar panels are considered a clean and renewable source of energy that can be used on both a small and large scale. They are also a cost-effective solution for producing electricity in places where there is no access to the electricity grid. Solar energy can be used to power everything from small appliances and lighting to large facilities such as factories and buildings.

Technological development in solar panels: How intelligent solutions optimize energy production

​Solar panels is a technology that has become increasingly sophisticated and several intelligent solutions have been introduced to optimize energy production, such as optimizers, energy meters and microinverters. There are also technologies that can track the position of the sun and adjust the tilt and position of the panels to get optimal sunlight exposure.

By extracting energy from the sun, solar panels contribute to a more sustainable future and reduce dependence on fossil fuels. With an increasing demand for clean energy to meet the world's energy needs, solar panels are a promising technology to meet these needs in a sustainable and cost-effective way.

Solar panels and sustainability: Solar panels' contribution to sustainability and the reduction of fossil fuels

Solar Panels are also an important part of the global climate fight. By reducing our dependence on fossil fuels, solar energy can help reduce carbon dioxide emissions and reduce our impact on the environment.

Solar panels can be installed on the roof of homes and businesses, on the ground or in larger solar parks, making it possible for both individuals and businesses to produce their own electricity. Solar panels also contribute to increasing self-sufficiency in electricity and reducing dependence on imported energy. In addition, solar panels are a reliable and sustainable way to produce electricity, as the sun is an endless source of energy and solar panels require minimal maintenance.

How solar panels work: A basic explanation of how solar panels work

The PV cells, which are the core of the solar panels, are made of semiconductor materials, usually silicon or germanium. When sunlight hits these materials, photons are absorbed into the material causing the electrons in the material to become energized and move to the conduction band. This movement of electrons creates an electrical voltage that can be used to generate current. PV cells are connected in series or parallel to create a module or panel. Modules can be linked together to create a solar system of any size.

Advantages of solar panels: A summary of the advantages and many uses of solar panels

Another advantage of solar panels is that they require little maintenance. Solar panels are usually very durable and can last up to 25 years or longer. During this time, they only require minimal maintenance, such as cleaning and replacing individual components if necessary.

In summary, solar panels are an intelligent and sustainable energy source that offers many advantages. They are cost-effective, require little maintenance and can be used in places that do not have a connection to the electricity grid. By using solar energy as part of our energy mix, we can reduce our dependence on fossil fuels and contribute to a more sustainable future.


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