SHARP NU-RC290 Mono - Solar Panel 290W

SHARP NU-RC290 is a solar panel 290W peak power

SHARP solar panels official distributorSale of solar panels SHARP pv panel 290W, model SHARP NU-RC290 Mono. We are official distributor, with own stock. Made in Europe and Positive Power Tolerance (0 / +5 Watt). Made in Europe (Germany) solar panel.

Product warranty of 10 years and linear performance of 25 years. It is a 60 cells 290 watt monocrystalline solar panel and with a high efficiency of 17.6%, and totally free of effect of losses by induced potential (PID).

The SHARP NU-RC290 Mono solar module is manufactured entirely in Europe (Germany), in one of SHARP's manufacturing plants of this global electronics giant.

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SHARP NU-RC290 Mono - PV panel 290W - More Information

  • Strengh
  • Solvency
  • Prestige
  • Quality
  • SHARP - Over 50 years of experience in solar energy:

    Our company is dedicated, among other activities, to the sale of solar panels SHARP.

    Sharp solar is one of the world leaders in the manufacture and sale of solar panels. With more than 50 years of experience.

    Sharp began its commitment to the research and development of photovoltaic cells in 1959.

    Sharp solar cells have been continually refined and used in a wide range of applications. From satellites thrown into space to land utilities for headlights, industrial and residential uses.

    Some interesting data about the strength of SHARP solar as a manufacturer are:

    • It is a global manufacturing company of electronic components.
    • It has more than 50,000 employees worldwide.
    • Sales volume of more than 26,000 million Euros in 2014.

    SHARP solar panels are included in Tier 1 of Bloomberg New Energy Finance:

    Bloomberg New Energy Finance has established a rating system for photovoltaic manufacturers. This system evaluates the bankability and the solidity of each manufacturer, as well as reference projects and other aspects and depending on the results, there are 3 levels, from the highest "Tier 1" to the lowest "Tier 3".

    The manufacturer SHARP was included in the highest level, Tier 1, since May 2015 thanks, among other things, to its financial stability.

    Being in the Tier 1 list of Bloomberg is fundamental to the bankability of a solar panel and, above all, to be sure to be buying a product backed by a solid company.

    Top Brand PV Award in 2015:

    SHARP was honored in 2015 with the prestigious Top Brand PV award from EUPD Research. This award is granted according to the degree of satisfaction of the customers of each manufacturer, valuing the attention, the product, etc.

    In addition, SHARP is in the fourth place of the PV + Test made by TÜV, as one of the best solar panels in the pv market. Test that is performed on samples collected by TÜV in the real market, making it the only one 100% real test of the photovoltaic market.

    Betting on the purchase of SHARP NU-RC290 solar modules is to make it safe.

    Quality Certificates SHARP NU-RC300 Mono:

    In the market there are different quality seals and the end customer should always value them before making a purchase decision. The SHARP solar panels have, among others:

    • IEC / EN 61215 and IEC / EN 61730 certificates issued by TÜV and VDE.
    • Certificates ISO 9001 for quality standards and ISO 14001 for environmental standards.
    • CE certificate as the product complies with the European directives.
    • MCS certificate for sales in UK.
    • 100% Free of degradation by PID effect.

    PV Panels comparison of panels in running real photovoltaic projects:

    The SunReport monitoring portal has recently published a test on photovoltaic projects in operation.

    The bases of the test were:

    • Sample of more than 12,000 photovoltaic installations.
    • Analysis of production samples since 2010.
    • Official data of the Italian Electricity Network Agency (GSE)
    • Official radiation data obtained from the Eumesat (European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites)
    • The idea of this study has been to verify, in projects in operation, which solar panels are the ones that have the best performance in the market.

    The exam was made on real photovoltaic projects running in Italy from 2010 to 2016, where the best PV brands have been:

    • Sanyo
    • SolarWorld
    • Aleo Solar
    • SunTech
    • Kyocera
    • TrinaSolar
    • REC
    • SunPower
    • Schott
    • SHARP Solar, etc.

    Many other known manufacturers such as Luxor, Axitec, Amerisolar, Yingli Solar .... Did not appear in the publication, because their performance was much lower than the average.

    SunReport solar panels test performance

    As can be seen in the picture, SHARP solar panels, such as the mentioned SHARP NURC290 Mono, are included in the top list performing on the market.

    Basics: How do photovoltaic solar panels work?

    Installation of solar panels:

    Basic concepts:

    The installation of photovoltaic solar panels aims to produce electrical energy from solar energy. This generation of electrical energy, without emission of pollutants, is produced as a result of the direct capture of solar energy and through the intervention of the so-called photovoltaic effect.

    Photovoltaic solar modules, formed by photovoltaic cells, are the devices that directly transform solar radiation into electrical energy in direct current.

    The transformation of solar radiation into electrical energy is done in the photovoltaic cell. The process that realizes this transformation is called photovoltaic effect, and occurs when the solar radiation impinges on a semiconductor material (the photovoltaic cell).

    We could say that, when solar radiation hits the solar panel, the photovoltaic cell behaves like a small electric energy generating cell.

    The photovoltaic cells are formed mainly by silicon. Manufacturing technologies for silicon photovoltaic cells give rise to monocrystalline and polycrystalline silicon cells. In the case of SHARP NU-RC290 solar panels, the cells are of the monocrystalline type.