300W Monocrystalline Panel – GBM-300
Monocrystalline solar panels contain cells that are cut from a single crystalline silicon ingot. The composition of these cells is purer because each cell is made from a single piece of silicon. As a result, mono panels are slightly more efficient than poly panels
Monocrystalline panels, as the name suggests, are created from a single continuous crystal structure. A monocrystalline panel can be identified by the solar cells, which all appear as a single, flat color.
Monocrystalline solar panels are made through the Czochralski method, where a silicon crystal ‘seed’ is placed in a vat of molten silicon. The seed is then slowly drawn up with the molten silicon forming a solid crystal structure around the seed, called an ‘ingot’. The ingot of solid crystal silicon that is formed is then finely sliced into what is known as a silicon wafer. This is then made into a cell