Solar panels are built in different designs and wattage sizes so that they can supply enough energy to a home. That is why solar panels are usually classified by the output of power they can give in watts. The wattage that is found on each solar panel is the amount of power that they can produce during peak hours when they get the most sunlight. One of the challenges when looking for a solution of CA solar power from Verengo Solar for a home is to determine the size that is necessary to power the space. Because every home has different needs, it is important to get the correct one.
Solar panels are usually sold by taking into consideration peak watt. When the sun is at peak or the strongest during the day it will produce close to 1000 watts per cubic meter of radiation. Usually that will happen around noon on clear days. CA solar power from Verengo Solar rated at 100 Wp will provide the customer energy equal to 100 watts of power during the brightest time of the day. If in the area a person receives four and a half hours then they will get 450-watt hours every day of peak electricity.