The benefits of harnessing solar power is well known, and it is easy to see why many people look into installing solar panels. However, you might be surprised at the options available when harnessing solar power.
Hybrid solar panels, also known as hybrid PV-T panels or photovoltaic-thermal panels, combine the functions of photovoltaic (PV) and thermal collectors in a single module. These panels can generate electricity and heat using the same surface area, making them an efficient and space-saving option for renewable energy generation.
The way hybrid solar panels work is that they use the same solar cell technology as traditional photovoltaic solar panels convert sunlight into electricity. At the same time, the panels also have a thermal absorber behind the solar cells, which absorbs the excess heat generated by the solar cells and transfers it to a fluid circulating through the panel. This fluid provides hot water, space heating, or other thermal energy applications.
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Both domestic and commercial clients can benefit from hybrid solar panel installations. A hybrid solar system will provide electricity and thermal energy, making them a versatile and cost-effective option for various applications.
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While a hybrid solar system offers numerous benefits, there are a few potential drawbacks to consider before installing them. Here are some of the most significant disadvantages:
The cost of installing hybrid solar panels can vary depending on several factors, such as the size of the system, the type of panels used, and the complexity of the facility. At Panelit Solar, we offer customised solar installation solutions tailored to each client's needs and budget. Here are some of the factors to consider when you install solar panels.