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Kyocera Solar Panels Review

This Kyocera solar panels review looks at what Kyocera has to offer as a company and how good their panels are. Are they all they are hyped up to be or can they not quite cut the cake? Kyocera solar panels review – Company background Kyocera is an enormous company. While Kyocera solar is a […]

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

C-SUN Solar Panels Review (China Sunergy)

In this C-SUN Solar Panels Review we look at what makes China Sunergy a good company to choose when you go solar, and what’s maybe not so great about them. C-SUN Solar Panels Review – China Sunergy Company Overview China Sunergy is an enormous Chinese solar manufacturer. They have a huge production facility and 11 […]

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

DAQO Solar Panels Review

Are DAQO solar panels any good? Who are these “DAQO” people anyway? And what do they have to offer when it comes to delivering a high-quality panel? Let’s take a look at this relatively new solar manufacturer and try to see what it’s doing right and maybe not so right… DAQO Solar Panels Overview DAQO […]

Friday, August 14th, 2015

BOSCH Solar Panels Review

This BOSCH solar panels review will look into whether these panels are (or were) any good compared to modern, Chinese solar panels. Ah BOSCH, the reliable, German-engineered, power-house brand of electrical gizmos. I can’t help but remember the BOSCH branded electric shaver my dad used to use. The brand is a huge one, and it’s […]

Monday, March 9th, 2015

SUNTECH Solar Panels Review

SUNTECH solar panels. Are they any good? SUNTECH used to be a major player before it’s near-collapse in February, 2013. So is it a good choice to invest in SUNTECH solar panels, or should these guys be avoided? SUNTECH Solar Panels – Company History Wuxi Suntech Power Co., Ltd. was founded in 2001. As one […]

Wednesday, December 10th, 2014

LG Solar Panels Review

LG… Life’s Good right? It’s a huge brand. But are LG solar panels any good? You might think, they make pretty good TV’s washing machines, dishwashers and loads of other electronic stuff… So their panels must be good too, right? Not necessarily. Here’s a run-down on how LG solar panels compare in today’s market, what […]

Friday, November 21st, 2014

SUNLINK Solar Panels Review

SUNLINK solar panels are quite a popular brand in Aus. Besides being one of the better Chinese solar panels, SUNLINK have a pretty impressive history… Here’s why. SUNLINK Solar Panels History Sunlink was founded in 2004 and is now one of the larger solar panel makers in the world. Sunlink are a “tier 1” solar panel and […]

Monday, September 29th, 2014

SUNPOWER Solar Panels Review

In this SUNPOWER solar panels review we’ll take a look at the US solar panel manufacturer and try to see if it all adds up to be as good as they say. Are SUNPOWER panels the best? What makes them better than other panels? Should you buy SUNPOWER solar panels? Let’s take a look at […]

Tuesday, August 5th, 2014

ET Solar Panels Review

Are ET Solar Panels any good? In this ET Solar Panels review, we take a look at the panels and see what some of their good and not-so-good points are to help you decide if you want to buy them. ET Solar are an impressive company with an excellent portfolio. But how do they stack […]

Thursday, July 31st, 2014

Canadian Solar Panels Review

Canadian solar panels! (Made in China)… Righto, here’s another one of those panel makers who likes to use the name of a nice-sounding country in their brand. Obviously, in the hope that they can trick some poor nanna into buying their low-grade, poor performance garbage instead of getting a Chinese panel that’s honest about it’s […]

Wednesday, July 16th, 2014
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