Best-in-Class Solar Energy Home Products
Solar Energy World offers only the best solar power panels for home use on the market today. This ensures that our customers enjoy a highly efficient and reliable solar power installation. Beware of solar companies with offers that sound too good to be true – some installers achieve lower prices by using inferior solar panels and equipment.
Backed by the industry’s best warranty—a 10-year guarantee on panels and workmanship, and 25-year guarantee on performance—SunPower® residential solar panels are a singular combination of brains, brawn and beauty.
MAGE SOLAR® leads the way in the dynamic and exciting photovoltaic arena. They have demonstrated an unyielding commitment to innovative engineering and a never-ending dedication to establishing the highest quality standards possible.
Trina Solar is a leading global provider of solar solutions and has installed over 4.8 GW worldwide. Founded in 1997, and listed on the New York Stock Exchange in 2006, Trina Solar specializes in the manufacture of crystalline silicon photovoltaic modules and system integration.
Solar Power Systems Warranties
Solar Energy World, LLC provides a comprehensive installation warranty on all solar energy products we install. Length of installation warranty is dependent upon the warranty of the panel. Solar panel modules and inverter manufacturers provide a warranty on the performance of the modules and inverters.
Solar Thermal Systems
Save on Your Utility Bills with Solar Thermal Energy
Solar Water Heating is also known as Solar thermal. Solar thermal (ST) is one of the most cost-effective renewable energy systems. Solar thermal systems collect the sun’s energy in the form of thermal or heat energy. Hot water heating is one of the largest energy consumption appliances in your home. So, it’s easy to understand that solar thermal can save a major portion of your utility bill.
Solar Cell Efficiency Round-Up: Silicon, CIGS, and Sonics
James Montgomery, Associate Editor, RenewableEnergyWorld.com December 03, 2013 New Hampshire, USA — During the past few weeks we’ve been tracking some announcements about solar cell efficiency improvements, both for silicon and thin-film PV. While research continues to push both traditionalRead More >