Switching to solar for your home is a big step, and the selection of solar panels to choose from today can be daunting. The experts at SunRay Solar stand behind our product, and we’re proud of our Premium Installer status with Panasonic.

Why Panasonic?

You probably know Panasonic as a consumer electronics leader. Did you also know that they’ve been a solar pioneer since the green revolution began? Panasonic started developing promising renewable energy solutions over 40 years ago, and have amassed over 150 solar industry patents to date. It began with the research and development of amorphous silicon solar cells in 1975. In 1997, the innovative Panasonic HIT? technology?introduced high-efficiency panels to the world, setting the industry standard for conversion efficiency. Satisfied customers worldwide have come to trust and rely on Panasonic quality ever since.

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Bifacial Design for Increased Energy Output

Standard, or monofacial solar modules, only produce electricity from the front side, facing the sun. An ingenious bifacial cell design generates energy from both sides, capturing and converting more sunlight into energy.

Original Pyramid Structure

The rough surface of conventional panels reflects sunlight out of the cell. Our unique pyramid structure captures sunlight more efficiently by reducing reflection and directing light inside the cells. The additional sunlight absorption generates more electricity output for your home.

High-efficiency at High Temperatures

As outdoor temperatures rise, most solar panels begin to fizzle. Thanks to our unique cell structure, however, Panasonic HIT? panels maintain high electrical output even on the hottest days. No other module even comes close. That means more consistent energy output throughout the day and lower utility bills.

Ultra Efficient Space-saving Design

Our space-saving N330 and N325 panels set the standard for long-term conversion efficiency. They employ 96 cells in the same size footprint as standard 60-cell panels. That means more output per square foot and fewer panels to install, making HIT? ideal for smaller roofs too.


25-Year Product Warranty

An Industry-leading 25-year product workmanship and performance warranty is backed by a century-old company. Panasonic guarantees that your HIT? panel will provide 90.76% power output after 25 years. Thats 13% more guaranteed power than whats offered by a traditional solar panel warranty. Your investment in clean energy is safe for decades to come.


25-Year Enhanced Labor and Shipping Warranty

Panasonic is so confident in its product that we back your HIT? panel with an enhanced labor warranty when the system is installed by a Panasonic Solar Authorized Installer. This not only covers the cost of the panel, but shipping and installation as well. Other companies make you responsible for freight charges. With Panasonic, youre protected every step of the way.


Built for the Long Haul

Panasonic performs over 20 internal tests beyond those mandated by current standards, testing the panel in some of the most extreme conditions imaginable. We go the extra mile to ensure your HIT? panel performs as promised.

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High Efficiency Means More Savings

Not only are HIT? panels sleek and attractive but theyre also among the most efficient you can find. Proprietary and patented technology assures optimal performanceeven at high temperatures. Panasonic converts sunlight into more electricity, so you not only save on your monthly energy bill, but contribute to a cleaner, greener planet.


Looks Great on Any Roof

Gone are the days of silver frames, blue cells and a white grid lines. HIT? panels feature a laser-crafted, solid black frame with dark, polished cells. Those seeking the most attractive solar panel available choose the all black module, while others who desire maximum performance lean towards our highest efficiency model. Sophisticated solar designers have found creative ways of using these modules together in a single unified system.