Solar panels come in a variety of wattages.
Depending on which applications you wish to use the solar panels for, you might be able to get solar panels that are of very small wattage (as low as 1 W for small off-grid solar lights!), to large solar panels used in rooftop solar plants and solar farms for which the wattage could be as high as 350 W or even higher!
Some of the recently announced solar panels in 2016 could go up to even 435 W each!
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- How Are Solar Panels Tested Before They are Sold?-Here
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- What is the Temperature Coefficient of Solar Panels? And Why Is It Important for Solar Power Plants?-Here
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