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Bifacial solar panels are panels that have two different types of solar cells on each side of the panel. This allows the panel to capture more light than a single-sided panel. The two types of cells used in Bifacial solar panels are usually a more efficient type of cell called a “p-type” and a less efficient type of cell called an “n-type”. The n-type cell captures less light but is less expensive to produce they are used on the rear side of the solar panels. These solar panels in some cases can produce up to a 30% increase in power output if their rare side is exposed to reflective material that can reflect sunlight on the rear side of the solar panel.
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