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Polycrystalline solar panels are made in a process that creates large, flat crystals. Polycrystalline solar panels are less efficient than monocrystalline panels and amorphous silicon, but they also tend to be cheaper on a per-unit basis, so they appeal to homeowners looking for the lowest possible cost of entry into the solar power community. Polycrystalline panels are also known as multi-crystalline or mc solar panels, and they are the most common type of solar panel on the market. These panels can be made with a variety of materials including silicon, copper indium gallium (CIGS), and amorphous silicon. Polycrystalline panels are made from multiple layers of silicon that have been fused together by heat, which creates a large number of small crystals. The larger the crystals, the better they can absorb light and convert it into electricity.
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