Indigenous Solar Panels

Indigenous Solar PV Modules

India’s energy crisis needs renewable resources. APS is dedicated to expanding the implementation of solar power across Indian states. We have pledged our support to various government projects launched by the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). 

We strongly believe that the Indian solar market needs indigenous products that are designed, developed, and manufactured to meet specific requirements and tackle local challenges. APS is here with its own range of indigenous solar panels, designed in our state-of-the-art manufacturing unit in Gujarat. We are already one of the most preferred solar players in the state, and as we expand Pan-India, we are excited to launch our new and improved Polycrystalline PV & Monocrystalline PV modules. 

Overview of Polycrystalline PV Modules

Polycrystalline PV Modules are a step ahead in advancement of solar usage and rely on a simpler manufacturing process. Polycrystalline starts as a silicon crystal ‘seed’ placed in a vat of molten silicon. The vat of silicon is allowed to rapidly cool, and is finally sliced into square wafers giving the square shape to the polycrystalline cell. This is what forms the distinctive edges and grains in the solar cell. Polycrystalline solar panels are more cost-effective, and because the silicone wastage can be reduced during the manufacturing process, the production cycle is benefited.

Application of Polycrystalline PV Modules

  • Ideal for installations for both small and large-scale needs 
  • Diverse options in power wattages
  • Perfect for residential solar needs

Overview of Monocrystalline PV Modules

Monocrystalline PV Modules are extensively used around the world and have the distinct appearance of diamond-like cells over the surface of the panel. The manufacturing process involves placing a single silicon “seed” into molten silicon, which is then drawn up to form an ingot. The ingot is sliced into very thin pieces called silicon wafers, which are made into cells. Monocrystalline solar panels offer the best efficiency rates and can be installed in areas with space constraints. 

Application of Monocrystalline PV Modules

  • Ideal for solar rooftop systems and industrial installations on a larger scale 
  • Diverse panel sizes allow applications on smaller scales
  • Can be used for designing expansive solar farms

What is a Polycrystalline PV Module?

Polycrystalline or Multi-crystalline is a newer technology, and has a different manufacturing process. Polycrystalline starts as a silicon crystal ‘seed’ placed in a vat of molten silicon. The vat of silicon is allowed to rapidly cool, and is finally sliced into square wafers giving the square shape to the polycrystalline cell. This is what forms the distinctive edges and grains in the solar cell.

What is a Monocrystalline PV Module?

Mono series solar panels are the most well-known solar panels, offering a distinct appearance of diamond-like cells over the surface of the panel. They are constructed by placing a single silicon “seed” into molten silicon, which is then drawn up to form an ingot. The ingot is sliced into very thin pieces called silicon wafers, which are made into cells.

Photovoltaic Solar Modules

One of the most important part of a solar PV system, a Solar Module is made with care and precision to offer best in class performance and optimum return on investment to all our consumers. Check the details of our range of modules below:

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