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More Eco-friendly, More Energy Saving

Sungold's balcony solar panels system is thoughtfully designed with outstanding features that harness solar energy to generate electricity right at home. Our cutting-edge solar panels are specifically engineered for balconies, ensuring a simple installation process that even non-technical users can effortlessly navigate.

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Colored Solar Panels for Balcony

Colored Solar Panels for Balcony

Rigid Solar Panels for Balcony

Rigid Solar Panels for Balcony

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Lightweight Solar Panels for Balcony

Installation and Connection

  • Install balcony solar panels on the railings and tighten the screws to secure them
  • Connect the wiring from the panels to the micro-inverter
  • Connect the micro-inverter to the socket on the balcony with the power cable and connect it to the grid for use
  • Upon installation, your home equipment will be the first to consume solar energy on sunny days
Balcony solar modules

Easy To Self Install

Simplified installation steps, you can enjoy the benefits of solar panels system without the need for an electrician, while still ensuring your system is fully insured.

Plug In And Produce

Plug and effortlessly start generating clean and sustainable electricity for your home. No complex wiring or specialized equipment needed.

balcony solar panels system
Balcony solar panels

Combined With Micro-inverters

Balcony solar panels with micro-inverters to provide electricity for home consumption. Match your solar panels with different models of micro-inverters.

Versatile Connectivity

Can be adapted at any time, with the possibility of changing the connection cable or connecting in series and parallel, depending on the connection type of the energy storage

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Powering Household Consumption

Electricity to support your household consumption. Power for appliances such as light/Wi-Fi router/coffee maker/hair dryer/TV/laptop/refrigerator as well as any other electronic equipment.


Wi-Fi Router

Coffee Maker

Hair Dryer




Sungold offers a wide range of balcony solar panels, coloured glass solar panels, solid glass solar panels and lightweight balcony solar panels. A wide range of balcony solar panels in a variety of looks and sizes to suit your balcony solar system.

colored solar panels

colored solar panels

Rigid Solar Panels

Rigid Solar Panels

Lightweight Solar Panels

Lightweight Solar Panels

HP-B Solar Panels

HP-B Solar Panels


Balcony solar panels within 400W with BDM~300 inverter, 400W~800W solar panels with BDM~600 inverter, more stable electricity for home use.

No, the balcony solar panel and bracket are matching, the micro-inverter needs to be purchased separately.

Sungold balcony solar panels system are available in a variety of colours and finishes, in addition to the traditional solar panel colours.

Yes, the waterproof rating of balcony solar panels is IP67.

You need to consider the height restrictions of your balcony, allocate sufficient space, determine your electricity requirements and consult Sungold to design the best solar panels system.

Yes, it is possible to install solar panels on a balcony, but there are a few considerations you need to take into account before proceeding:

Sunlight Exposure: Solar panels require direct sunlight to generate electricity efficiently. Check if your balcony receives sufficient sunlight throughout the day. If your balcony is shaded most of the time, it might not be an ideal location for solar panels.

Space and Size: Solar panels come in various sizes, and the amount of energy they can generate depends on their dimensions. Ensure that your balcony has enough space to accommodate the size of the solar panels you intend to install.

Structural Load: Solar panels are not extremely heavy, but they still add some weight to your balcony. Make sure that the structure of your balcony can handle the additional load without any safety concerns.

Building Regulations and Permissions: Before installing solar panels, you might need to check with your building management or local authorities to ensure you have the necessary permissions. Some buildings or homeowners’ associations might have specific rules regarding external modifications.

Mounting and Anchoring: You’ll need a secure way to mount the solar panels on your balcony. The mounting system should be strong enough to withstand wind, rain, and other weather conditions. It’s important to ensure that the installation is safe and won’t pose a risk to you or others.

Wiring and Electrical Considerations: You’ll need to connect the solar panels to your home’s electrical system to utilize the generated electricity. Wiring should be done properly to avoid safety hazards.

Aesthetics: Consider how the solar panels will look on your balcony. Some people might find them visually unappealing, while others might not mind the appearance.

Maintenance and Cleaning: Solar panels need to be cleaned periodically to maintain their efficiency. Make sure you have access to the panels for cleaning purposes.

Cost and Benefit Analysis: Determine whether the investment in solar panels is worth it for your specific situation. Consider factors such as the cost of installation, potential energy savings, and the time it will take to recoup your investment.

Apartment or Rental Restrictions: If you’re living in an apartment or a rental property, you’ll need to check your lease agreement to see if you’re allowed to make modifications like installing solar panels.

Before proceeding, it’s recommended to consult with professionals who specialize in solar panel installations to assess the feasibility and practicality of installing solar panels on your balcony. They can provide you with more specific guidance based on your location, balcony structure, and energy needs.

A balcony solar panel works in a similar way to traditional rooftop solar panels. Here’s a simplified explanation of how it works:

Photovoltaic Cells: Solar panels are made up of photovoltaic (PV) cells, which are typically made from silicon. These cells have the ability to convert sunlight into electricity through a process called the photovoltaic effect.

Sunlight Absorption: When sunlight (composed of photons) hits the surface of the solar panel, it excites the electrons within the PV cells. This energy allows the electrons to break free from their normal positions, creating an electric current.

Direct Current (DC) Generation: The movement of these freed electrons generates a direct current (DC) flow of electricity within the solar panel. However, most of our appliances and electrical systems use alternating current (AC), so the DC electricity needs to be converted.

Inverter: A device called an inverter is connected to the solar panels. Its primary role is to convert the DC electricity generated by the panels into AC electricity, which is compatible with household appliances and can be fed into the electrical grid.

Usage and Grid Connection: The AC electricity produced by the solar panels can be used to power your home’s appliances. If the panels produce more electricity than you’re using, the excess can be fed back into the electrical grid, often through a process called net metering. This can earn you credits on your utility bill.

Monitoring and Control: Many modern solar panel systems come with monitoring systems that allow you to track the amount of electricity generated by the panels. Some systems also have smart features that optimize their performance based on sunlight conditions.

Maintenance: Regular maintenance involves keeping the panels clean and ensuring they’re operating optimally. Any dirt or debris on the panels can reduce their efficiency, so cleaning them periodically is important.

Battery Storage (Optional): Some solar panel installations may include battery storage systems. These batteries store excess electricity generated during the day so that you can use it at night or during cloudy periods, reducing your reliance on the grid.

Balcony solar panels work on the same basic principles as rooftop panels, with the main difference being the installation location. However, as mentioned earlier, it’s important to consider factors such as sunlight exposure and structural strength when installing solar panels on a balcony.

The average cost of a balcony solar system depends on the type, size, and features of the system. According to some web search results, the price range varies from €1,000 ($1,077) to €2,700 depending on the options chosen.
An average system cost would be around $2,0002. The system would create an average of 543kWh energy per year. However, the cost and performance of a balcony solar system may also depend on other factors, such as the orientation and size of your balcony, the local regulations and permissions, and the installation and maintenance costs.

The payback period for a balcony solar system is the time it takes for the system to pay for itself by saving money on your electricity bills. The payback period depends on several factors, such as the cost of the system, the amount of electricity it produces, the price of electricity, and the incentives and rebates available.

According to some web search results, the payback period for a balcony solar system can range from 6 to 25 years, depending on the options chosen. An average system cost would be around $2,000. The system would create an average of 543kWh energy per year.

To calculate your payback period, you can use this formula:

System costs (minus financial incentives) divided by annual electricity savings = solar panel payback period

For example, if you spend $2,000 on a balcony solar system and save $200 on electricity bills annually, your estimated payback period is 10 years ($2,000 / $200 = 10).

However, the payback period may vary depending on your specific situation. You should do your research and compare different options before making a purchase. You should also consult a professional installer if you are not sure how to set up your system safely and correctly.


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