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Monocrystalline solar panels are the most popular solar panels used in rooftop solar panel installations today

Monocrystalline silicon solar cells are manufactured using something called the Czochralski method, in which a ‘seed’ crystal of silicon is placed into a molten vat of pure silicon at a high temperature. 

This process forms a single silicon crystal, called an ingot, that is sliced into thin silicon wafers which are then used in the solar modules. 

Fun fact! There is more than one type of monocrystalline solar panel 

Nowadays, there are several varieties of monocrystalline solar panels on the market to choose from. Passivated Emitter and Rear Contact cells, more commonly referred to as PERC cells, are becoming an increasingly popular monocrystalline option. PERC cells go through a different manufacturing and assembly process that increases the amount of electricity the cells can produce. 

Bifacial solar panels, another monocrystalline technology, can generate electricity on both the front and back side of a module, and are gaining traction in commercial ground-mounted applications.

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