P-type solar panels are a type of photovoltaic (PV) solar panel that is made using p-type silicon cells. These cells are formed by doping
silicon with impurities such as boron, which creates a shortage of electrons, resulting in a positively charged “hole” where an electron should be. This creates a type of semiconductor material known as a p-type material.

When p-type cells are combined with n-type cells (which have an excess of electrons), they create a PN junction, which is the basis for the operation of solar cells. When sunlight hits the PN junction, photons from the sunlight excite electrons in the material, creating a flow of electrons that can be harnessed as electricity.

P-type solar panels are commonly used in commercial and residential solar panel systems because they have a high efficiency and are
relatively easy to manufacture. They also tend to perform better in high temperatures and low-light conditions compared to other types of solar panels.

P-type and n-type solar panels are two different types of photovoltaic (PV) solar panels, which are the most commonly used solar panels in the market today. The main difference between them is the type of semiconductor material used to make the solar cells.

P-type solar cells are made from silicon doped with boron, which creates a material with a deficiency of electrons, also known as a “hole”. These holes can accept electrons from other materials,creating an electric current flow. P-type solar cells are the most common type of solar cells used in the industry, and they are known for their reliability, high efficiency, and low cost.

On the other hand, n-type solar cells are made from silicon doped with phosphorus, which creates a material with an excess of electrons. This excess of electrons can create an electric current when stimulated by sunlight. N-type solar cells have a higher efficiency than p-type solar cells due to the fact that the excess of electrons provides a more efficient flow of electricity. They are also
more expensive to produce and less commonly used in the industry.

Overall, both P-type and n-type solar panels have their advantages and disadvantages, and the choice of which type to use depends on the specific needs and requirements of the project.

Please contact Stralis Energy to find out the best option for your project.