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How Many Watts Does a Solar Panel Produce



The amount of watts a solar panel produces depends on several factors, including the size of the panel, the type of technology used, and the conditions under which it is operating.


On average, a standard solar panel produces around 200 to 400 watts of electricity under optimal conditions, such as clear, sunny skies and temperatures between 25°C to 30°C.


In Suniqon we supply solar panels up to 550W depending on the size, and also supply solar tiles that can replace traditional roof tiles.




It's important to note that the actual output of a solar panel can be affected by several factors, such as shading, dust and dirt accumulation, and weather conditions, among others. In general, solar panels are most efficient when they are placed in an area with direct sunlight and minimal shading.


It's also worth mentioning that solar panels are usually installed in arrays, made up of multiple panels, to produce a higher total output. The exact size of the array and the number of panels used will depend on the specific needs and requirements of the installation.







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