Solar energy is a hot topic, and there’s a good reason for that. Not only is solar energy environmentally friendly, but it’s also one of the most reliable forms of energy out there.
And what better way to take advantage of solar power than installing a semi-flexible solar panel?
This blog post will explain everything you need to know about these panels and how they can benefit your business.
What is a Sungold semi-flexible solar panel?
The LEE series 150-watt solar panel uses 182 monocrystalline cells (10 grid busbars) with a conversion efficiency of up to 23%. It is designed for extreme-use environments such as yachts and RVs.
The front and back panels are stacked with 2 layers of ETFE. Layers ensure internal cell stability.
However, due to the textured structure of the outermost layer, the anti-skid performance is significantly improved, the module can be stepped on, and the front material of the module provides strong anti-hail protection, making the module resistant to salt water.
High tolerance to saltwater environments and the possibility to walk on panels make it ideal for boats and motorhomes.
Features of semi-flexible solar panels
-Double-sided ETFE surface
-Conversion efficiency up to 23%
-Double-sided ETFE and study
-High-quality 10-busbar solar cells
-Durable and waterproof
Specifications of semi-flexible solar panels
LEE-M-150W flexible solar panel uses solar cells with a conversion efficiency of up to 22.70%, which is very suitable for RV life. And the LEE series solar panel is for emergency power and outdoor activities.
If you’re looking to invest in a renewable energy source that will last for years, look no further than a semi-flexible solar panel.
Semi-flexible solar panels are made out of polymer and can bend in the sun’s rays, giving you more power per square foot than traditional silicon solar panels.
This versatile technology is perfect for rooftops and other difficult-to-reach areas, making it an ideal choice for those who want the most sustainable way to power their travel.