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Polycrystalline solar cells are newer than Monocrystalline solar cells.

They are more affordable in price but are less efficient than monocrystalline solar panels.

Polycrystalline solar cells are easy to spot because they are blue. If you look at them closely, you’ll see that these cells have a mottled appearance with varying shades of blue.

While these PV panels are still fully functional in South Africa, they are slightly less productive in high heat and cloudy weather.

Read more about Solar Panels here:
Solar Panel Guide

Because they are less efficient than monocrystalline panels, you may find that you will need to add a couple more panels to your array so that you’ll be able to produce enough solar power to cover your usage.

Currently, Canadian Solar Panels are the only brand of Polycrystalline panels that we stock. But all of our solar panel prices are market competitive.

Polycrystalline cells are created by fusing pieces of silicon crystals using extreme heat, then they are poured into a mould and then thinly cut once they have cooled.

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