Photo: © Master isolated images

Photo: © Master isolated images
This is a picture of a graph made in 3-D with a generic looking man standing on the biggest graf side of it. How did he get up there you may wonder, or probably you don’t wonder because there is a ladder in the picture leading straight up, so probably he did use that ladder to get up onto the red big boxy square thing. He looks pretty happy and the whole picture symbolizes efficiency, actually I use it to represent the efficiency of solar panels. because we as human beings do want the most efficient stuff, we believe that when something is very efficient it’s generally good.

I use this image in my article that is about what kind of solar panel is the most efficient one. So if you too want to know the answer to that, then you should click the link below to read the full article.

I will give you some info on what kind of solar panel is the most efficient one right here thou. In most cases the monocrystalline solar panel would be considered the most efficient one. This is true if you are not considering the ones that are used in outer space because they are superefficient, but they are also super expensive. After monocrystalline comes polycrystalline they have divided silicone crystals, because the crystals are divided they will not lead electricity as good as the whole crystals that monocrystalline solar panels are made of. The least efficient panels but also the cheapest ones are the thin film solar panels. These are so cheap that you can actually get quite a lot of them and in that way count up to the same amount of energy that you could get generated from the monocrystalline solar panels. In the same manner as the thin-film panels are to cheapest ones the monocrystalline solar panels are the more most expensive once.

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