Rainwater Won’t Clean your Solar Panels
Unlike what many people think, rain isn’t a satisfying way to clean the solar panels. This is because it contains airborne dust particles that attach to the surface of the solar panels right after the rainwater evaporates. As a result, grime accumulates and forms a film of dirt, which, in turns, reduces the light getting into the solar panels.
We inspect your panels while we clean them to catch any issues
Having your panels cleaned is a great way to make sure all your solar equipment is functioning correctly and to ensure your panels are producing the maximum amount of energy.
To Maintain Maximum Solar Panel Efficiency
Accumulated filth reduces the energy produced by the solar panels. The energy loss is dependent on the level of grime gathered there and can reach 25%-30%, especially of you have never cleaned your system. During a groundbreaking experiment conducted by Google at their own solar farm (1.6 MW) in Mountain View, it became apparent that cleaning their solar panels yearly had doubled their electricity output.