- Assembled in San Antonio, Texas, USA
- Built 3x tougher than industry standards
- Sleek all-black design and compact size
- World-class manufacturing
- Excellent for residential rooftops
- Tier-1 manufacturer
- 35+ years in business
- Stylish black-on-black design
- Top performer in reliability
- High efficiency at an economical price point
- Assembled in Riverside, California, USA
- Known for durability & efficiency
- Attractive all-black design
- Cutting-edge engineering
- Compact & ideal for smaller spaces
Solar panels harness the power of sunlight in order to generate electricity.
*Solar panels are not sold separately.
Grid tie inverters convert DC to AC power from your solar panels and provides net metering capability.
With batteries, you can store excess energy for future use or grid interruptions. Save money to achieve independence from your utility provider.
IronRidge builds the strongest mounting systems in solar. Every component has been tested to the limit and proven in extreme environments.
View and analyze your solar energy production in real-time.
Grid-Tie Solar Kits
Integrate solar power with your existing utility to reduce reliance on traditional energy sources and offset your electricity bill.
Battery Backup Solar Kits
Pair solar panels with energy storage for a self-sustaining system that offers uninterrupted power and peace of mind during outages.
Off-Grid Solar Kits
Experience complete energy independence in remote locations or areas without access to the traditional power grid.
Microinverter Solar Kits
Maximize energy production with individual inverters for each solar panel to enhance system performance, flexibility, and efficiency.
String Inverter Solar Kits
This simple, cost-friendly solution is easy to maintain and ideal for homes or properties with minimal to no shade.
Which Solar Kit Do I Need?
Solar Panel Sizes
You might notice that solar panels come in different sizes.
The 66/108-cell solar panel is popular choice, measuring around 68” x 45” and weighing about 45 lbs. 60/120-cell solar panels are also common — about 4 to 5” shorter than a 66/108-cell panel.
Both sizes are suitable for home solar systems, so choosing the right size will come down to your rooftop configuration. Opt for the bigger size if you’re installing a ground-mount system or if your roof’s layout allows for bigger panels.
Solar Panel Types
Monocrystalline vs. Polycrystalline
Solar panels are composed of cells made of monocrystalline (mono) or polycrystalline (poly) silicon. Most panels today are monocrystalline.
GoGreenSolar exclusively carries mono solar panels, which are popular due to higher efficiency. They also perform better in low-light conditions (compared to poly solar panels).
Half-cut Solar Cells
Half-cut solar cells are one of the latest developments in solar technology. Our ZNshine 108-cell panel is a customer favorite.
These traditional solar cells are split in half by a laser cutter, designed to prevent energy loss and boost performance.
As electrical currents move through wires and cells, some energy is lost, known as a resistive loss. A half-cut cell reduces resistive loss, therefore improving solar panel output. Half-cut solar cells are also more efficient in shade.
Solar Panel Efficiency & Wattage
The average range for solar panel efficiency is 17 to 20%. A solar panel with 19% efficiency, for instance, can convert 19% of the sun’s energy into electricity.
Solar panel wattage output ranges from 310 to 420+ watts, with an average per-watt price of 68 to 75 cents. Wattage indicates how much power the solar panel produces.
Here at GoGreenSolar, we use solar panels with higher-end performance ranging between 335 to 405 watts and 18 to 20% efficiency.
Higher efficiency panels are ideal if you’re working with limited space (like your rooftop) and would want fewer panels to get the job done.
Solar Panel Prices
Solar panel prices vary, depending on the type of panel, manufacturer, cell size and wattage output.
Our featured solar panels cost between $300 to $400 per panel, which is a competitive price considering the brands’ top-tier quality and high standards. Some solar panels can run as high as $600.
The total number of solar panels you need for your residence will also vary based on the size of your home and energy needs. Solar panel prices do not include the cost of inverters, racking, other parts and equipment, and installation costs.
At GoGreenSolar, we’ll work with you to create a solar panel system that fits your budget and energy needs. Each solar kit includes complete installation support from our team, so you don’t have to spend thousands of dollars hiring a professional.
Solar Panel Warranties
Solar is a significant investment, so it’s crucial to understand how solar panel warranties work.
A product warranty covers physical defects or faulty manufacturing. All of our solar panel brands offer a 10- to 12-year product warranty.
A performance warranty guarantees that your solar panel will continue to produce close to its intended output throughout the warranty period. All of our solar panel brands offer a 25-year performance warranty.
Every panel, regardless of brand or wattage, decreases output over time, but typically doesn’t lose more than 10 to 20% over 25 years.
Power Output Degradation
To understand how power output degradation works, refer to the graph on the right. In this example, we have a solar panel with a 90% power output warranty for 12 years and an 80% power output warranty for 25 years.
If your panels degrade faster than anticipated, we’ll help you work with the manufacturer to get repairs or a replacement under warranty.
Why Choose GoGreenSolar?
Save thousands of dollars
When you buy solar panels and complete DIY kits from us, you’ll save thousands compared to hiring a professional installer!
Get expert support
GoGreenSolar is the only solar panel distributor to offer expert support via phone or email in addition to affordable wholesale pricing.
Experience you can trust
Our team has years of experience designing PV systems for homes and businesses, so we can ensure you set up your solar panels right the first time.
Curious about do-it-yourself solar? Learn more about the pros and cons of DIY solar projects