Solar Panels

Our range of Solar Panels

The different types of solar panel

There are several types of solar panel on the market, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Here are some of the most popular solar panels:

  • Dualsun Solar Panel : This type of solar panel combines two technologies - photovoltaic and thermal - to produce electricity and heat water at the same time. The efficiency of these panels is very high, resulting in significant energy savings.
  • Maxeon Solar Panel : These panels are designed to offer exceptional durability, high output and excellent energy efficiency. They are also highly aesthetic and can be easily integrated into any type of building.
  • Flash Solar Panel : Dualsun's Flash® Shingle Black solar panels are a new generation of photovoltaic panels that offer high efficiency and modern aesthetics. Their technology makes them easy to integrate into all types of roofs and installations.
  • Full Back Solar Panel : These solar panels are designed with a fully covered back, which helps to improve their efficiency and durability. They also have an elegant appearance and are available at very competitive prices.
  • Jinko, Longi, DMEGC, Jinko Solar, Trina and Vertex solar panels : These brands offer quality solar panels at low prices and with different features. So you can choose the one that best suits your needs and budget.

Self-consumption solar kits

A self-consumption solar kit consists of one or more solar panels, microinverters to convert solar energy into usable electricity and an included APS ECU R or ECU C communication gateway to control and monitor the system. Here are a few tips for choosing the best self-consumption solar kit:

Choose a French-brand kit

French self-consumption solar kits are manufactured to strict standards and comply with all current regulations. So you can be sure of the quality and performance of the kit you choose.

Take into account the number of solar panels

To determine the number of solar panels you'll need, take into account the size of your roof and the energy you need to cover your daily requirements. The more solar panels there are in a kit, the more solar energy it will produce.

Opt for a kit with a guarantee

A warranty is a guarantee of quality and reliability. So make sure that the self-consumption solar kit you choose offers a guarantee of at least 10 years on the solar panels and 10 years on the micro-inverters.

Solar panels and self-consumption solar kits to consider

Here are some of the best solar panels and self-consumption solar kits available on the market:

  • JinkoSolar Solar Panel : The full range of JinkoSolar solar panels offers excellent value for money and very interesting technical features. Their TopCon cells offer high efficiency and adaptability to all types of installation.
  • Flash® Shingle Black Solar Panel Kit from Dualsun : This high-quality self-consumption solar kit includes photovoltaic solar panels, microinverters and an APS ECU R or ECU C communication gateway. It's also aesthetically pleasing and easy to install.
  • Maxeon Solar Panel Kit : Comprising Maxeon solar panels and microinverters, this kit offers high energy efficiency, guaranteed performance and exceptional durability. Its competitive price makes it an attractive option for those looking for the best deals on the photovoltaic market.

Finding the right solar panel and self-consumption solar kit

To choose the right solar panel and/or self-consumption solar kit for your needs, it's crucial to take into account the size of your roof, your daily energy consumption and your budget. Whether you're looking for Dualsun, Maxeon, Flash, Full back, Jinko, Longi, DMEGC, Trina, Vertex or other brands, there are solar panels to suit your needs.

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