Recycled Goods stocks a variety of new Xunlight flexible solar panels. Some models come in both trimmed and untrimmed versions to suit many different applications. Very similar to the Uni-Solar panels but do not have any peel and stick backing.
Whether you're preparing for the "big one" or a weekend hike, take a look at Global Solar's P3 foldable Portable Power Packs now available at recycledgoods.com
Recycled Goods stocks new Solopower flexible solar panels and CIGS cells. These solar panels and DIY cells were sourced directly from the Solopower research and development pilot production manufacturing facility in Portland, Oregon.
We have new Nanosolar Nanocell Flexible DIY Solar Cells in stock.
These raw flexible solar cells are extremely rare and have never been offered for sale to the public before. These came from the last experimental production runs at the Nanosolar facility in California. The facility and company was liquidated during September and October of 2013. They are available individually, or if you would like larger quantities, we can ship these in bin racks of 1,000 cells and cartons of 6,000 cells.
Uni-Solar panels are lightweight, flexible and directly adhere to many roofing surfaces avoiding penetrations. Each cell is connected to each other via bypass diodes. Therefore, if one cell is shaded or soiled, only the power output of this one shaded cell is lost – usually less than 4.5%. These panels are less than 1/5th the weight of crystalline solar panels and are designed for membrane and metal roofing system applications.