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A solar cell or photovoltaic battery is a device that converts sunlight into usable energy. The amount of sunlight that can be converted into electricity is called solar cell efficiency. There are some factors that must be taken into account to guarantee the optimum efficiency of solar panels.


Temperature affects the efficiency of the photovoltaic cell due to the intrinsic property of the semiconductor material. The efficiency of solar panels increases when the temperature decreases and decreases as the voltage between the cells decreases at high temperatures.

Energy Conversion Efficiency

The solar module has a different spectral response depending on the type of module. Therefore, the variation of the spectral irradiance affects the solar energy production. Energy conversion efficiency is increased by reducing the reflection of incoming light.

Orientation – Slope – Latitude and Climate Conditions

The installation of photovoltaic modules must take into account some factors to take full advantage of solar radiation: direction, tilt, latitude of the location, climatic conditions. A correct assessment of these conditions will help to ensure that they produce maximum energy by being exposed to the highest intensity of solar radiation for the longest period of time.


Solar panels are very durable, with warranties lasting 15-25 years. However, cleaning solar panels is an important factor to maximize the amount of available light to be converted into electrical power. Frequent physical inspection can help solar panels absorb light effectively.

Fire Protection with MapperX

The reconfiguration of PV modules has the advantage of reducing hot spots and improving power efficiency. Meanwhile, the fire fault detection method has the advantage of pinpointing faulty points. With thermographic inspection processes, thermal irregularities that may cause fire are detected and the risk of fire is eliminated. How a Solar Panel System Works You can visit our article