Top performing solar panels that maximize the power of the sun
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The Benefits of Simple Energy Solar Panels
All of our solar panels include an industry leading 25-year product workmanship and 30-year performance warranty making them a reliable investment.
With Simple Energy solar system panels, you'll be producing sustainable energy by reducing CO2 and soot emissions. And as a solar energy producer you will be contributing to a cleaner tomorrow.
High-Quality and Durable
Manufactured with premium quality materials and strict quality control management to ensure trouble-free operation and reliable output by leading North America solar manufacturers
Reduce Your Electricity Costs
Not all solar panels are created equal. With our top performing solar panels, you'll be able to reduce your electricity costs by generating your own power using solar energy.
The Benefits of Monocrystalline Over Polycrystalline Solar Panels
Monocrystalline solar panels have a higher efficiency rate than polycrystalline panels. This higher efficiency rate means that monocrystalline solar panels produce more power per square foot and more power per square foot means monocrystalline panels are very space-efficient.
Many homeowners find the black color of monocrystalline panels more aesthetically pleasing for their roof.
Monocrystalline panels are known to have a longer life cycle.
Monocrystalline solar panels perform well in warm weather
Monocrystalline panels perform better than polycrystalline solar panels under low-light conditions
The Solar Revolution
New York City, 1883 is where it all began. Mr. Charles Fritts, an American inventor mixed selenium with gold creating the world's first ever solar cell after the 1876 discovery that selenium creates electricity when exposed to sunlight. In the 1950's, NASA tasked its researchers to find a reliable energy technology that would be able to withstand the harsh vacuum of space. Soon, they discovered that using silicon instead of selenium increased the solar efficiency of their cells from less than 1% to 6%. The New York Times hailed this discovery as the "limitless energy of the sun".
By 1972, nearly all United States satellites were running on solar power. When the price of oil began to skyrocket between 1973 and 1979 from just $3 a barrel to $40 a barrel, the development of renewable energy alternatives like solar quickly became a national priority. While the urgency for solar died down in the 1980's and 1990's, new discoveries in solar technology continued to improve. However, it wasn't until the 21st century that the world began to get serious about solar.