Solar String

  It’s always good to show a fresh reminder of what we do…

  This is a typical solar string flipped over showing the positively charged side of the individual solar cells. The string is comprised of solar cells that have been rejected from the manufacturing process due to some small cosmetic defect like a chip missing from the corner, a wire that’s out of place, or some discoloration in the silicone itself. This waste resource is a critical component to our program, as we repurpose these cells as the primary resource in our DIY solar panel workshops. We use cosmetically rejected solar cells with recycled framing material to create functional solar panels at a fraction of the cost to buy a retail solar panel of this nature.