Solar panels 

Solar panels are the most important component of any solar energy system, whether it is residential, commercial & industrial, or utility scale. In solar panels, silicon cells are covered by thin glass and held together by a metal frame. Wiring and circuitry are located in and around the cells to collect the flow of electrical current.

During the day, solar cells absorb sunlight, which excites electrons that are collected and turned into direct current (DC). DC electricity is then passed through a device called an inverter to convert it to usable alternating current (AC) electricity that comes out of the wall outlets; which means you can use that electricity in your home, store it with a solar battery, or send it back to the grid.

At PayOli, every system is custom designed to meet energy needs and expectations. Most residential panels range from 340W to 450W.


Solar panels are affixed to the roof or to the ground using racking and mounting systems. 

In order to perform at their best, solar panels should be facing south and  installed at an angle of 30 to 45 degrees (depending on geographical location). Despite working well, panels facing east or west at a pitch angle greater than  five degrees will produce 10 to 20 percent less electricity than those installed  under ideal conditions. In most cases, residential solar systems are "lied-flat"  systems, which means the panels parallel the roof's pitch. Racking equipment  may be used to tilt or position panels at the best angle for capturing sun rays.

Our design practices and Standard Operating Procedures demand only the  best racking equipment to optimize performance, withstand category 4  hurricane winds (180 mph) and guarantee a leak-free installation regardless of  roof type.


Inverters change DC electricity from your panels into usable AC electricity. The two most commonly used are 1. Centralized inverters that combine energy coming from all panels at a single point and 2. Microinverters that convert energy at each individual panel. 

There are pros and cons to these applications; PayOli consultants and engineering team would recommend the best fit depending on the project requirements and expectations.

Energy monitoring 

Our monitoring software offers detailed information about the system performance, allowing measuring and tracking of the energy production over time. 

At PayOli we take it a step further by providing visibility at the panel and appliance level through state-of-the-art technology, ensuring maximum energy production and financial returns.
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