Solar Panel Cleaning


Keeping the solar panels clean is essential if you want to produce maximum efficiency and power from the sun.

Dust and other substances such as bird droppings can build up over time and impact on the amount electricity generated by a module. Grime and bird poop doesn’t need to cover an entire panel to have an effect.

As panels get dirtier, their output declines. A small amount of soiling — say a light dusty film — may only cause a 5 percent output decline. However, when panels get very dirty perhaps in an agricultural area or location that does not get regular rainfall — the output decline can be greater than 20 percent.

Panels that are tilted at about 5 degrees or less, the rain may leave a puddle of muddy debris along the lower edge of the panel. When this puddle dries, sometimes a thick layer of dirt accumulates along the lower row of cells.

Now, you may be thinking that you don’t have to purchase a cleaning system to maintain your panels. After all, doesn’t rainwater wash away dirt and dust? Not really. How well does a rainstorm wash your car? It may wash away some of the dirt, dust, and pollen off of the roof and hood, but it leaves streaks and splotches.

Those streaks and splotches look bad enough on your car, but they’re much more serious on a solar panel system. In fact, they can very easily reflect a lot of the solar energy that your panel is trying to collect, making it a lot less efficient and thereby increasing your monthly power bill.

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