Most Companies Manufacture Solar Panels in Standard Sizes

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Many residents of Fair Oaks Ranch wonder what the standard size is for residential or commercial panels because they want a cleaner source of energy without sacrificing their home’s aesthetic. Panels may look different due to your home’s physical characteristics, location and energy usage – but this doesn’t mean you need to sacrifice style! Read on to learn more about what goes into solar energy and why panels look the way that they do.

Number of Cells

Solar panels are the most vital of all the solar components, as this is the part of the system that collects energy. A solar cell, or photovoltaic cell, is a device that converts the energy from the sun into electricity. These cells are connected in the solar panels in order to generate enough energy. Residential systems typically have 60 cell modules.

Physical Characteristics

Most companies manufacture solar panels in standard sizes, even if the exact lengths and widths vary slightly. Most residential installations use panels that are 65 inches by 39 inches, as the smaller size is more ideal to maximize roof space. Technology has significantly improved over the past 10 years, giving solar panels a sleeker look.

Amount of Power

Power generated from solar panels are rated by the amount of direct current (DC) they produce. Solar panels generate direct current electricity but almost everything you use in your house uses alternating current (AC) electricity. This is why your solar system comes with an inverter.

Microinverters are mounted directly behind each solar panel and convert the DC electricity from each solar panel into usable AC electricity. The amount of energy is measured in watts (W) and represents the solar panel’s hypothetical power production under ideal conditions. On average, solar panels typically produce about 320 watts of power.

Why Does it Matter

It’s important to determine the size of your solar panel system to ensure your home is receiving the appropriate amount of energy. You can start by looking at how many kilowatt hours (kWh) of electricity you use in a year. Luckily, when you choose Momentum Solar you don’t have to worry about calculating these numbers yourself! One of our solar specialists will provide you with a free on-site assessment, where we’ll calculate how many panels you need and give you your no-obligation quote.

Momentum Solar

Momentum Solar is one of the fastest-growing solar companies in Texas that is dedicated to the customer experience while providing affordable energy options to qualified homeowners. We handle the entire process of solar enrollment through customized design, engineering, permitting, installation and activation of every system to ensure a seamless transition to renewable energy.

Residents of Fair Oaks Ranch can reap the benefits of solar power without sacrificing the appearance of their homes. If you want to reduce your monthly bills, reduce your annual taxes and help improve the environment then solar energy may be right for you. Visit our website at or call 1-888-MOMENTUM for more information.

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