Quality solar panel installation
GMG POWER professional teams of solar installers have extensive experience and will build your system to our high standards. GMG Power has installed tens of thousands of residential solar power systems across the country. We have NABCEP-certified employees in supervisory positions, the highest certification available. We use only the highest quality solar panels, equipment and hardware.
Get advanced solar technology.
*Our solar panels have energy monitoring with the GMG Power app, so you can track your home’s production.
*GMG Power mounting system technology blends solar panels right into your roof for improved aesthetics. We even install them in just a few hours.
*Pair your solar power system with the battery backup and protect your home from unpredictable power outages.
We make solar easy.
We’ll take care of your entire solar project from start to finish.
With our six step process, saving money is easy!
First step: Get a free solar consultation. Every solar power project starts with a quick conversation to see if solar is right for you. We’ll discuss your energy use and take a look at your roof using satellite imaging.
We’ll prepare a free customized quote if everything looks good. It includes all of your options and projects your energy savings for the next 20 years.
Second Step: Sign your agreement. Your personalized agreement secures predictable solar energy cost for the next 20 years, depending on your financing option. You’ll find it and the most important details of the agreement right on the front page.
There are no hidden fees, but you’ll find plenty of guarantees and warranties that protect you and your home.
Third Step: Get a solar panel system design. One of our site surveyors will visit within days of the solar consultation to take a closer look at your roof and take measurements. Once we have the measurements, our expert engineers will design a solar power system based on your home’s dimensions and your energy needs.
Forth Step: Complete installation within 1 to 2 days. Although, most solar panel system installations take only a single day. We’ll find a day that works best for you. We also take care of all of the permits and inspections. All you have to do is watch it all come together.
Fifth Step: Final Inspection. Once we complete solar panel installation and construction, we will schedule an inspection with your local building department to confirm that the installation conforms to local regulations and with the utility company for connection to the power grid.
Final Step: Turn on the power. Here’s the best part. Once the utility company gives approval, One of our team member will go to your home and walk you through the log in on you’re monitoring portal, you get to flip the switch to start generating your own clean, affordable energy.
Our Simple 6 step process make saving money easy! We are proud of our long-standing commitment to provide our customers with top-quality service, products and the most affordable rates around. Each of our systems is custom-crafted to meet your unique needs and savings goals. Our team directly manages every aspect of our projects, from the friendly, in-home consultation through the lifespan of your solar energy system. Our partners include the industry’s premier product manufacturers to offer the highest quality and most innovative components available.
Solar Cell Efficiency
** Best cell efficiency
More detailed solar cell efficiency records are published every six months in Progress in Photovoltaics
The conditions for cell measurement are standardised for comparison purposes but may not reflect actual operating conditions. Standard cell test conditions are 1000 W m-2, 25°C. Concentrator cells are measured using the direct beam AM1.5 spectrum while other terrestrial cells use the global AM1.5 spectrum that also includes diffuse light. All the cells are tested on a temperature controlled block and heating effects are ignored. In actual installations the cell temperature rises leading to an efficiency reduction.
The number of records reflects the large variety of technology options within the photovoltaic industry and the need for fundamental as well as applied research. The highest efficiency devices (often on very small areas) demonstrate the practical limits to efficiency without regard to cost or manufacturing considerations. Other records (particularly the large area cells and modules) give an indication of the progress of technologies that are aimed at commercialisation.
The defined area of a solar cell can have a large effect on the quoted efficiency, especially for small cells.
Total area (t). The total area of the device including the frame.
Aperture area (ap). The device is masked so that the illuminated area is smaller than the total cell or module area, but all essential components of the device such as busbars, fingers and interconnects lie within the masked area.
Designated illumination area (da). In this case, the cell or module is masked to an area smaller than the total device area, but major cell or module components lie outside the masked area. For example, for a concentrator cell, the cell busbars would lie outside of the area designed for illumination and this area classification would be the most appropriate.
While most solar cells are remarkably stable, some cell technologies such as amorphous initially degrade under illumination and the initial or stabilised efficiency is noted.