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Solar Products

Solar Products

Discover top-tier solar products with Standout Solar, where cutting-edge technology meets market-leading quality. Explore our range of premium solar solutions, designed to deliver unmatched efficiency and reliability for your sustainable energy needs.

Jinko Solar Panels

JINKO SOLAR was founded in 2006 and grew to become the world’s largest solar panel manufacturer only a decade later, in 2016.

Jinko Solar Panels

JINKO SOLAR employs over 15,000 people in 70 countries with manufacturing facilities in China, Malaysia and the USA. They have obtained Bloomberg’s famous Tier 1 ranking due to their size and financial health.

Jinko Solar Panels

The world’s leading independent solar module performance testing company, PVEL, produce the respected annual PV Module Reliability Scorecard. JINKO SOLAR has achieved ‘Top Performer’ status every year since its inception 6 years ago – confirming JINKO SOLAR as one of the world’s top solar panel manufacturers.

Jinko Solar Panels

The new Tiger N-type panels are the first from JINKO SOLAR to be backed by a new 20 year product warranty and extended 30 year performance warranty.The N-type panels are guaranteed to still operate at a minimum of 87.4% of the rated power after 30 years, which works out to be a very low 0.4% annual degradation rate.

Jinko Solar Panels

JINKO SOLAR is rated 4.7/5 from 2,427 individual Australian reviews.

We will help you to decide which Solar Product and System is best for your energy needs!

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Frequently Asked Questions

All new solar power systems are eligible for a Federal Government financial incentive. This is applied up front at the point of sale so there is no out of pocket expenses. The incentive value is determined by the system size, the year it is installed and the area you live in.

Solar panels perform best in direct sunlight, but they can still generate electricity in shaded areas, albeit at a reduced efficiency.

Modern solar panels are designed with bypass diodes, which minimize the impact of shading on the overall system.

If a portion of your roof is shaded during certain times of the day, it’s essential to work with a solar expert to design a system layout that maximizes sun exposure and considers the use of optimizers or micro-inverters to mitigate shading effects.

Switching to solar energy reduces your carbon footprint, as solar panels produce electricity without emitting greenhouse gases.

By transitioning to solar, homes and businesses can play a crucial role in reducing the reliance on fossil fuels, combating climate change, and promoting a sustainable future.

Solar systems are mounted using durable racking systems designed to withstand environmental conditions like wind and rain.

The type of racking used depends on your roof type (e.g., tile, metal, or flat).

The mounting system is securely anchored to the roof’s rafters or trusses, ensuring stability.

Proper sealing techniques are employed to prevent any potential leaks.

It’s crucial to work with experienced installers to ensure the integrity of your roof is maintained.

A typical solar energy system is designed to last 25-30 years or more.

While the efficiency of solar panels may decrease slightly over time (usually about 0.5% per year), they can still produce a significant amount of electricity even after 25 years.

Other components, like inverters, might need replacement sooner, but with regular maintenance and inspections, your system can serve you efficiently for decades.

Yes, most modern solar systems come with monitoring solutions that allow you to track the performance of your system in real-time.

This ensures you’re always aware of how much electricity your system is producing and can quickly address any issues that might arise.

Solar panels are designed to be durable and can withstand harsh weather conditions.

However, if a panel gets damaged, it can be individually replaced without affecting the rest of the system.

It’s essential to work with your solar provider to address any damages promptly.

Standard grid-tied solar systems will shut down during a blackout for safety reasons, ensuring that electricity isn’t fed back into the grid, which could endanger utility workers.

However, if you have a solar battery storage system or a hybrid system with specific inverters designed for islanding, your solar system can continue to operate and provide power to your premises during a blackout.

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