Short answer, Yes.
If you're looking to go green and decarbonize your house, solar power is the way to go.
Sunpower solar panels are a great option that has widely been used in many households. There are many benefits of using this system such as lower cost than grid-tie systems and zero emissions.
But is it too good to be true? Not if you're ready for an eco-friendly solution that will significantly reduce your energy cost.
One thing worth knowing, in terms of aesthetics, other brands seem to have an edge over Sunpower and that’s all.
Sunpower Solars are highly efficient with their conversion of solar energy.
They produce more power per square foot than any other type of photovoltaic panel and are also built to withstand harsh weather conditions such as high winds, hail and even lightning strikes.
Aside from using them for home use, many business establishments are using them because they can be installed in parking lots that get a lot of sunlight throughout the year nonstop and will definitely provide them with electricity when needed most.
The Sunpower solar panel is superior to other brands in many ways like:
- It uses the best materials and construction techniques,
- Has the highest possible Total Power Output (TPO),
- Generates electricity at Maximum Power Point (MPP) more often than any other on the market.
- Easily installed without issue on rooftops and parking lots, and provides clean energy with zero emissions
Although the Sunpower solar panel may cost more than other brands, it is a better value because the panels will last and produce more electricity over their lifetime.
For example, a solar installer can install two Sunpower solar panels on each roof area where they would normally only be able to install one other brand of panel.
The Sunpower panel will generate more electricity over its lifetime and pay for itself in less time.
There’s much more you stand to gain from a Sunpower Panel. So, if you live in Sacramento and the Surrounding 45-Mile Radius, you can contact Clear Efficiency to learn more and have your solar panel installed.