A solar panel is actually a collection of solar cells (or photovoltaic), which can be used to generate electricity with the effect of photovoltaic. These cells are arranged in a grid-like pattern on the surface of the solar panels.

Therefore, it can also be described as a set of photovoltaic modules, housed in a supporting structure. A photovoltaic (PV) module is an integrated and connected assembly of solar cells.

Solar panels wear very slowly. Annually, their performance decreases only by about 2 percent (sometimes, or less).

Most solar panels are made using crystal solar cells. Solar panels are made of Mono-PERC solar cells which are the latest type of solar cells commercially available in the market.

Installation of solar panels in homes helps to combat harmful emissions of greenhouse gases and thus helps to reduce global warming. Solar panels do not lead to any kind of dirt and are clean. It also reduces our reliance on (limited) energy and traditional energy sources.