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ZNShine Solar 405W Solar Panel 108 Cell ZXM7-SH108-405/M

  • Rated Power Output 405 W
  • Voltage (VOC)37.03
  • Number of cells108
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Pickup on Wed, Jun 26 from Riverton, NJ

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Q CELLS 485W Solar Panel 156 cells Q.PEAK DUO XL-G10.3/BFG

  • Rated Power Output 485 W
  • Voltage (VOC)53.63 V
  • Number of cells156
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Mission Solar 410W Solar Panel 108 Cell MSE410HT0B Assembled in USA

  • Voltage (VOC)37.41 V
  • Number of cells108
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Jinko 390W Solar Panel 144 Cells JKM390M-72HBL-V Assembled in USA

  • Rated Power Output 390 W
  • Voltage (VOC)48.6V
  • Number of cells144
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Silfab 420W Solar Panel 108 Cell All-Black SIL-420-QD

  • Rated Power Output 420 W
  • Voltage (VOC)37.68V
  • Number of cells108
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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JA Solar 545W Solar Panel 144 Cell Bifacial JA-JAM72-D30-545MB

  • Rated Power Output 545 W
  • Voltage (VOC)49.75V
  • Number of cells144
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Pickup on Wed, Jun 26 from West Boylston, MA

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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JA Solar 550W Solar Panel 144 Cell Bifacial JA-JAM72-D30-550MB

  • Rated Power Output 550 W
  • Voltage (VOC)49.9 V
  • Number of cells144
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Silfab 380W Solar Panel 120 cell SIL-380-HC Assembled in USA

  • Rated Power Output 380 W
  • Voltage (VOC)42.17 V
  • Number of cells120
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline
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Silfab 400W Solar Panel 132 Cell SIL-400-HC+ Assembled in USA

  • Rated Power Output 400 W
  • Voltage (VOC)43.02
  • Number of cells132
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Pickup on Wed, Jun 26 from Riverton, NJ

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Silfab 500W Solar Panel 132 Cell SIL-500-HM

  • Rated Power Output 500 W
  • Voltage (VOC)45.78V
  • Number of cells132
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Q CELLS 405W Solar Panel 132 Cell Q.PEAK DUO ML-G10+ Black on White

  • Rated Power Output 405 W
  • Voltage (VOC)45.09V
  • Number of cells132
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Pickup on Wed, Jun 26 from Bordentown, NJ

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Solar4America 410W Solar Panel 108 Cell All-Black S4A410-108MH10

  • Rated Power Output 410 W
  • Voltage (VOC)37.50 V
  • Number of cells108
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Pickup on Wed, Jun 26 from Riverton, NJ

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Magnus Green Solar 440W Solar Panel 120 Cell MGS-60M10-440W

  • Rated Power Output 440 W
  • Voltage (VOC)41.2V
  • Number of cells120
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Pickup on Wed, Jun 26 from Riverton, NJ

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Q CELLS 410W Solar Panel 132 Cell Q.PEAK DUO BLK ML-G10+ Assembled in USA

  • Rated Power Output 410 W
  • Voltage (VOC)45.37 V
  • Number of cells132
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Pickup on Wed, Jun 26 from Cranbury, NJ

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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REC 420W Solar Panel 132 Cell REC420AAPURE2

  • Rated Power Output 420 W
  • Voltage (VOC)49.1V
  • Number of cells132
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Q CELLS 425W Solar Panel 108 Cell Q.TRON BLK M-G2+ Assembled in USA

  • Rated Power Output 425 W
  • Voltage (VOC)38.67 V
  • Number of cells108
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Panasonic 360W Solar Panel 120 Cell EverVolt EVPV360PK

  • Rated Power Output 360 W
  • Voltage (VOC)40.6 V
  • Number of cells120
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline
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Panasonic 350W Solar Panel 120 Cell EverVolt EVPV350PK

  • Rated Power Output 350 W
  • Voltage (VOC)40.3 V
  • Number of cells120
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline
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Panasonic 400W Solar Panel 132 cell PNS-400-EVP132GL

  • Rated Power Output 400 W
  • Voltage (VOC)48.8 V
  • Number of cells132
  • Cell TypeMonocrystalline

Delivery on Jul 01–04

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Difference of Industrial Solar Panels and Residential Solar Panels

When it comes to solar panels, there are different types designed for specific purposes. Two main types are industrial solar panels and residential solar panels. Understanding the difference between the two can help you make an informed decision when considering solar energy for your home in Minnesota.

Industrial solar panels are designed for large-scale projects and are typically used by businesses, factories, and institutions. These panels are built to generate a significant amount of electricity to meet the high energy demands of commercial and industrial sectors. They are larger in size, have higher wattage capacity, and require more space for installation. Industrial solar panels are usually installed on the rooftops or the ground, making them suitable for areas with ample space.

On the other hand, residential solar panels are specifically designed for homes and smaller installations. They are more compact, with lower wattage capacity compared to industrial panels. Residential solar panels are capable of generating enough electricity to power daily household needs, such as lighting, appliances, and heating and cooling systems. These panels are typically installed on the rooftops of residential homes or mounted on the ground in suitable areas.

The key differences between industrial and residential solar panels include:

  1. Size: Industrial panels are larger in size compared to residential panels, due to their higher wattage capacity.
  2. Wattage: Industrial panels have a higher wattage capacity, while residential panels have a lower capacity suitable for household needs.
  3. Space Requirement: Industrial panels require more space for installation, whereas residential panels are designed to fit neatly on rooftops or smaller areas.
  4. Cost: Industrial panels are generally more expensive due to their larger size and higher capacity, while residential panels tend to be more affordable for individual homeowners.
  5. Installation: Industrial panels are often installed by professional teams due to their size and complexity, while residential panels can be installed by homeowners or professionals.

How Many Residential Solar Panels Do I Need in Minnesota

Determining the number of residential solar panels you will need in Minnesota depends on various factors, including your energy consumption, the size of your property, available roof space, and the efficiency of the panels. To get an accurate estimate, you can use our calculator or consult with our specialists who can assess your specific requirements.

Using our calculator, you will be able to input your monthly energy usage and other relevant information. Based on this data, it will provide you with an estimate of the number of solar panels required to meet your energy needs. Keep in mind that solar panel efficiency varies, so it's important to consider the specific brand and model you plan to install.

Our specialists are also available to provide personalized guidance. They can evaluate your property, roof orientation, and shading issues to provide a more accurate assessment of the number of panels you need. Additionally, they can offer advice on the best placement and configuration options for optimal energy generation.

Remember, investing in residential solar panels not only helps reduce your carbon footprint but can also result in long-term savings by offsetting your electricity bills and taking advantage of state and federal incentives.

Shipping Residential Solar Panels in Minnesota

At A1 SolarStore, we offer shipping services for residential solar panels in Minnesota. To ensure a smooth delivery process, it's important to be aware of our shipping terms and conditions.

  1. Delivery Time: When placing an order on our website, you can check the estimated delivery time for your specific location in Minnesota. Depending on availability and other factors, delivery times may vary. We strive to provide accurate estimates to minimize any inconvenience caused.

  2. Delivery Conditions: Our shipping partners ensure that your residential solar panels are packaged securely to prevent damage during transit. However, in the unlikely event of any damage or issues with the delivered panels, please contact our customer support immediately.

For specific details regarding delivery in Minnesota, we recommend consulting with our specialists. They can provide more precise information based on your location, including any regional considerations or requirements.

Investing in residential solar panels in Minnesota brings numerous benefits, from reducing your electricity bills to contributing to a greener environment. By understanding the differences between industrial and residential panels, determining the number of panels you need, and being aware of our shipping terms and conditions, you can confidently embark on your solar journey in Minnesota.

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