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  • #534
    Avatar of Heath
    Heath
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    True or false…

    Monocrystalline is worth the extra money in the case of a seastead because for off-the-grid usage having good low light performance becomes much more important.

    1. You get more power

    2. Easier on the expensive batteries.

    ???

    #2589
    Avatar of Heath
    Heath
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    Internet reveals monocrystalline in the same price range as polycrystalline…

    Bottom have of the page: the sanyo and sharp models

    http://store.altenergystore.com/Solar-Panels/150-Watts-Up-Solar-Panels/c741/

    If I remember right, they do have the disadvantage of slowly losing power over time. The warranties look pretty good though so it can’t be that bad.

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