Solar Panel Price in Pakistan - 79 results

Solar Panel price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 5,400 to Rs. 21,750 with an estimated average price of Rs. 18,313

Canadian Solar 360W Half Cut Poly PERC Solar Panel With 5 Bus Bar
 

Rs. 16,200

Canadian Solar 360W Half Cut Poly PERC Solar Panel With 5 Bus Bar

No reviews
Inverex 380wp mono PERC Solar Panel
 

Rs. 17,920

Inverex 380wp mono PERC Solar Panel

No reviews
Ameri 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 15,840

Ameri 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
Homage Solar Panel 150w
 

Rs. 9,400

Homage Solar Panel 150w

No reviews
JA Solar 335 Watt Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 15,080

JA Solar 335 Watt Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
JA Solar 275 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)
 

Rs. 16,500

JA Solar 275 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)

No reviews
Canadian Solar 440 Watt Mono Perc Solar Panel
 

Rs. 19,800

Canadian Solar 440 Watt Mono Perc Solar Panel

No reviews
Tesla 310 Watt Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 15,500

Tesla 310 Watt Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
Homage Solar Panel 100w
 

Rs. 6,300

Homage Solar Panel 100w

No reviews
Ameri 330 Watt Mono Solar Panel
 

Rs. 17,160

Ameri 330 Watt Mono Solar Panel

No reviews
JA Solar 320 Watt Mono Solar Panel
 

Rs. 14,720

JA Solar 320 Watt Mono Solar Panel

No reviews
Tesla 250 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Years Warranty)
 

Rs. 12,750

Tesla 250 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Years Warranty)

No reviews
Trina 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 14,850

Trina 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
Inverex Power Solution 170wp Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 7,700

Inverex Power Solution 170wp Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
Astronergy 340 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 18,020

Astronergy 340 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)

No reviews
Inverex Inverperfect 150 Watt Mono Solar Panel
 

Rs. 7,300

Inverex Inverperfect 150 Watt Mono Solar Panel

No reviews
JA Solar 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)
 

Rs. 14,850

JA Solar 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)

No reviews
Risen 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 16,500

Risen 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
Tesla 300 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Years Warranty)
 

Rs. 15,300

Tesla 300 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Years Warranty)

No reviews
Trina 340 Watt Half Cut Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 15,640

Trina 340 Watt Half Cut Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
Tesla 250 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 12,000

Tesla 250 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)

No reviews
Tesla 300 Watt Poly Solar Panel Economy Grade (1 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 14,400

Tesla 300 Watt Poly Solar Panel Economy Grade (1 Year Warranty)

No reviews
Canadian Solar 375W Half Cut Mono Solar Panel
 

Rs. 16,880

Canadian Solar 375W Half Cut Mono Solar Panel

No reviews
Trina 400 Watt Half Cut Mono Solar Panel
 

Rs. 18,225

Trina 400 Watt Half Cut Mono Solar Panel

No reviews
ZnShine 335 Watt Poly Solar Panel
 

Rs. 15,075

ZnShine 335 Watt Poly Solar Panel

No reviews
Tesla 100 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Year's Warranty)
 

Rs. 5,400

Tesla 100 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Year's Warranty)

No reviews
Astronergy 335 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 16,750

Astronergy 335 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)

No reviews
Canadian Solar 370W Half Cut Mono Solar Panel
 

Rs. 16,650

Canadian Solar 370W Half Cut Mono Solar Panel

No reviews
JA Solar 400 Watt Mono Perc Solar Panel
 

Rs. 21,200

JA Solar 400 Watt Mono Perc Solar Panel

No reviews
Tesla 265 Watt Mono Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year's Warranty)
 

Rs. 16,000

Tesla 265 Watt Mono Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year's Warranty)

No reviews
CSUN 315 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)
 

Rs. 15,120

CSUN 315 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)

No reviews
Max Power 150 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Year’s Warranty)
 

Rs. 6,600

Max Power 150 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Year’s Warranty)

No reviews
Canadian Solar 410W Mono Solar Panel With 12 Bus Bar, Half Cut Cells
 

Rs. 18,450

Canadian Solar 410W Mono Solar Panel With 12 Bus Bar, Half Cut Cells

No reviews
Topray 310 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 15,500

Topray 310 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)

No reviews
Max Power 300 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)
 

Rs. 14,100

Max Power 300 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty)

No reviews
Tesla 165 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Year's Warranty)
 

Rs. 9,080

Tesla 165 Watt Mono Solar Panel (5 Year's Warranty)

No reviews
SunMaxx 285W Mono Solar Panel
 

Rs. 12,830

SunMaxx 285W Mono Solar Panel

No reviews
Tesla 160 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 8,000

Tesla 160 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)

No reviews
Topray 315 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 15,750

Topray 315 Watt Poly Solar Panel Project Grade (5 Year Warranty)

No reviews
Tesla 250 Watt Poly Solar Panel Economy Grade (1 Year Warranty)
 

Rs. 12,000

Tesla 250 Watt Poly Solar Panel Economy Grade (1 Year Warranty)

No reviews

Solar Panel Price in Pakistan - 79 results

Solar Panel price in pakistan ranges from Rs. 5,400 to Rs. 21,750 with an estimated average price of Rs. 18,313

Solar Panel Price List

Canadian Solar 360W Half Cut Poly PERC Solar Panel With 5 B… Rs. 16,200
Inverex 380wp mono PERC Solar Panel Rs. 17,920
Ameri 330 Watt Poly Solar Panel Rs. 15,840
Homage Solar Panel 150w Rs. 9,400
JA Solar 335 Watt Poly Solar Panel Rs. 15,080
JA Solar 275 Watt Poly Solar Panel - (10 Year’s Warranty) Rs. 16,500
Canadian Solar 440 Watt Mono Perc Solar Panel Rs. 19,800
Tesla 310 Watt Poly Solar Panel Rs. 15,500
Homage Solar Panel 100w Rs. 6,300
Ameri 330 Watt Mono Solar Panel Rs. 17,160

Solar Panel Overview

With the drastic increase in global warming and carbon pollution, conservation of the environment has become the biggest challenge and concern. Also, the increasing cost of energy products has become inconvenient for the users. To protect our environment from further degradation and to save cost, greener forms of energy need to be adopted. Solar energy is nature's gift to mankind. It can be harnessed at every corner of the world as a low maintenance solution for environmental concerns and cost-saving electricity consumption. Solar panel prices in Pakistan vary according to the brand and type. Vertex Engineering, Trina, ZnShine and Tesla are some of the companies selling solar panels at varied prices in Pakistan.

Solar Panel Pros and Cons

Net metering

Available forever

Easy replacement

Low maintenance

Low carbon footprint

Increased property value

Renewable and cost-saving

Can be harnessed in all areas of the world

High initial cost

Silicon emission

Weather dependent

Needs a lot of space

Solar Panel Description

Though solar energy is known for reducing carbon pollution, silicon emission from solar panels has been observed. This is because the silicon is the most commonly used material used as a semiconductor during the solar cell manufacturing process. 

Net Metering

The biggest advantage of solar energy in Pakistan is net metering. It is an advanced method of keeping a record of your electricity billing. Through this system, residential and commercial users who have solar systems for electricity generation are able to sell the extra electricity to the government. Net metering credits the owners of the solar system with the extra electricity that they contribute to the grid. 

During the daytime, the solar electricity produced is way more than it is needed. This extra energy gets added to the grid and will make the net meter run backwards. With the net meter, the bill sent to WAPDA will be in negative figures, meaning the WAPDA will owe you that amount. This will be adjusted against the energy that will be used by the setup at night or other times when the consumption is more. It is a known fact that electricity prices are extremely high in Pakistan and net metering is one of the few convenient solutions to our billing issues. 

Types

At present, four types of solar panels are available, monocrystalline, polycrystalline (also called multi-crystalline), thin-film and bifacial. All four types vary in their composition, cost, performance, appearance and the installations each are best suited for. 

Monocrystalline

The monocrystalline solar panels are the most efficient and perform the best amongst the three types. They are also very aesthetically pleasing but the downside is high costs. 

Polycrystalline

They cost lesser than the monocrystalline but are also lower in performance and efficiency.

Thin-film

These panels are aesthetically pleasing as well as being lightweight, flexible and portable but they are the lowest in performance and efficiency as compared to the other two types. 

Bifacial

Bifacial solar panels are also very popular these days. As the name suggests, they are capable of capturing sunlight from both sides of the panel hence producing double the power. Typically bifacial are manufactured with monocrystalline solar cells, but polycrystalline bifacial panels also exist. 

How Solar Panels Work

Solar panels harness solar energy by converting sunlight into electric current or heat energy. The conversion of solar energy into electricity is done through the solar photovoltaic (PV) effect. This electricity is used to light up our homes, offices etc. Solar Thermal Systems use another type of panels. They convert sunlight into heat energy that can be used for water heating or space heating. 

How Long Do They Last

Polycrystalline panels only last for 2 to 5 years. However, Monocrystalline typically last for 25 to 30 years. It is not that they stop producing electricity after that. It means that their energy production declines by a significant amount over the years.

Maintenance

Solar panels are constructed to withstand heavy beatings from rain, high winds and even squash ball-sized hail plummeting down on them. This means they cannot break easily and won't need any serious maintenance other than periodical cleaning. Being covered in dirt or debris will reduce their output by 5%. Usually, the next rain will take care of that but for climates where there isn't much likelihood of rain, the users will have to clean the panels to return them to their optimal efficiency.

The frequency of cleaning depends on the amount of pollution in your surroundings. Spring is considered a good time for annual cleaning of panels as the pollution is deemed to be less in this season as compared to others.

Cleaning solar panels twice a year will bring a 5.1% increase in their electricity production as compared to the ones not cleaned at all. The cleaning process isn't complicated at all and owners can easily do it themselves by using a gentle soap, a soft brush to get the debris out of the corners and a garden hose to wash the dirt and soap away.

In any case, do not use harsh chemicals, abrasive materials as well as pressure washers, as they can seriously damage your solar system. 

Common Misconception

Most people in Pakistan have the misconception that solar systems are not capable of generating electricity at night because of the absence of the sun. The fact is, solar energy storage, grid connections and net metering allow your solar system to use electricity even during the night when solar panel production is dormant. This is done either through connection to the electric grid or to a battery, making solar panels a tenable round-the-clock energy solution.