5 Best Solar Panels in 2020



👉5 – HQST 100 Watt 12 Volt –
👉4 – Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts Monocrystalline Solar Panel –
👉3 – SunPower 100 Watt Flexible –
👉2 – Canadian Solar 300W Watt Monocrystalline Solar Panel –
👉1 – Renogy 300 Watt 24 Volt –

Whether you need to run small appliances off-grid in your RV or looking to significantly reduce your electrical bill for your home or business, solar energy is a great energy alternative.

In this video, we’ll be comparing the 5 best solar panels that are designed for different kinds of users. We will take into account performance, features, and price; so you can decide which is best for you. All the products on our list were selected based on their own inherent strengths and features.

We’ll be comparing the HQST 100 Watt 12 Volt, Renogy 100 Watts 12 Volts, SunPower 100 Watt Flexible, Canadian Solar 300W Watt, and the Renogy 300 Watt 24 Volt; which are all great options if you’re in the market for solar panels.

We’ll break down which solar panels are best for you, and what you can expect to get in return for your money. We’ll help you decide if one of the models on our list seems like a great purchase.

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35 comments

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  2. It's hilarious when the car corps rotting the earth with all their evil glory day electric cars are the way but still needs coal based electricity to charge it which still burning coal is the way.

  3. literally all of those panels are basura outside of canadian solar, and 300 watts is not that much. You shouldnt be buying anything under 330 watts in 2021.

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  5. The thing about electric etc is the cost to obtain it its almost like people dont want lower class people to be able to switch

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  8. I bought some cheap Chinese panels back in 2013, they have been hit by lighting at least once and still are working just fine. I don't remember the name, 235watts each, 30vdc.

  9. Finally tested my 2.5kw used array I got for $500 shipped. I got 10 used 250 Trina solar panels for $33 each and they are awesome. I uploaded a video and cant wait to start my cabin build. Lithium batteries will be the most expensive part so will use electric vehicle batteries. I think a 15kwh to 25kwh battery will be my starting point.

  10. Clearly a Renogy Infomercial. You can not address the best panels and not include Sunpower, Solaria, Panasonic, REC and LG. Clearly the flexible Sunpower was thrown in this video to include something that isn't a Renogy panel. No top 25 list would include a Renogy panel. While Renogy produces an OK panel they open with a panel that wouldn't make anyone's top 100 list. There are many, many better panels on the market. If you are considering a roof top panel system, do not compromise much on solar panel efficiency. You have limited roof space to maximize your production and using cheap panels will just not save you that much money. Remember that one of your biggest costs is installation. For those not familiar with solar panels, any list of top ten which does not include Sunpower, Solaria, Panasonic, REC and LG is a bogus list and likely advertising something less than a top tier panel. Skip the video and move on to a video that is actually helpful.

  11. These are all very low end panels. These is no "research" here. Just crap that can be bought on Amazon to generate referral money.

  12. SunPower makes the very best Solar panels. They run cooler and produce abut 50% more per day when you compare name plate ratings. I have had solar PV on my home for 20 years since 2001 and would never consider anything else.

  13. He sure did a lot of research. A lot of research into who pays him the best commissions. Unfortunately, YouTube is full of snake oil and used car salesmen.

  14. In 2015, I had 10 335 watt SunPower panels installed on my 40 foot new garage roof. They produce 6,000 kilowatt hours annually and I have had zero problems. Brings me a smile every morning.

    I decided to go with SunPower because they are Cradle to Cradle Certified for clean disassembly and re-manufacturing eliminating waste to landfill and pollution. I also went with SunPower because they are the highest efficiency solar PV on the market at 22% solar conversion into electricity.

  15. Way to go reading the manufacturer's description and showing some random video shots. You do not seem to have a clue as to what you are talking about.

  16. 300W panels are pretty low efficient today as most 60-cell panels are at: 365W-390W efficiency and cost just about the same as any 300W panel. The REC Alpha Series and SunPower's panels are the best on the market today as they have the highest efficiency and lowest degradation (.25%/yr.) rates on the market.

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