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2024 Expert review of Solarever USA solar panels

Written by Catherine Lane

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Solarever is a Mexican solar panel manufacturer that opened its doors in 2012. Since then, Solarever has expanded its network, with an office in Lake Forest, California, and storage warehouses in California and Texas.

The company’s panels are still manufactured in Mexico, which means they are closer to home than many top solar panel brands available today. Because of its North American production facility, Solarever prides itself on having a shorter lead time than competitors.

With supply chain constraints still being a significant issue for the industry, more installers may start turning to Solarever to keep their warehouses stocked. Combine its location with its newly-launched residential solar panel line, and you might see more and more Solarever panels popping up on your neighbor’s roofs.

Read on to determine if Solarever is the right choice for your home.

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What products does Solarever offer?

Solarever sells both commercial and residential solar panels. They offer one line of commercial models: the HC 108M. The panels have a sleek, all-black look with a black aluminum frame, allowing them to blend in with your roof better.

All of Solarever’s panels are monocrystalline solar panels. More specifically, they utilize half-cut mono PERC solar cells. These solar cells are designed to boost efficiency, so more of the sunlight that hits the panels is converted into usable electricity. Solarever also designed the panels to be resistant to Potential-Induced Degradation (PID), so they can perform better for longer.

The company offers residential panels in three different sizes: 400 watts, 405 watts, and 410 watts.

How do Solarever panels compare to other solar panels?

When shopping for solar panels, it’s important to look at the modules’ performance specifications and how they compare to industry standards. Let’s take a closer look at Solarever’s residential HC 108M solar panels.





Power output

400 W

405 W

410 W





Power tolerance

-0 ~ +3%

-0 ~ +3%

-0 ~ +3%

Workmanship warranty

12 years

12 years

12 years

Performance warranty

25-year linear warranty

25-year linear warranty

25-year linear warranty

*All measurements under Standard Test Conditions (STC)

Power output

The power output of a solar module, sometimes referred to as its wattage, is a measure of how much power the panel can generate under ideal conditions. The higher the wattage, the fewer solar panels you need to install to eliminate your electricity bill.

Most solar panels installed today will be at least 370 watts (W) in size, but several are leaning closer to 400 W. Solarever’s panels start at 400 W, so they are falling right in line with what you’ll get from most solar manufacturers.

Efficiency rating

A solar panel’s efficiency rating represents how much energy that hits the solar cells is actually turned into usable electricity. Most solar panels today have efficiency ratings between 17% and 20%. Solarever’s panels come in just above industry standards.

Power tolerance

Power tolerance is an important, but often overlooked, piece of information on a solar panel’s datasheet. The power tolerance tells you how much the panel will produce above or below its rated power capacity at any given moment under STC.

Solarever’s panels come with a power tolerance rating of -0~+3%. This means that under ideal conditions, Solarever’s panels will continuously operate at least at their rated power capacity, but may also operate at 3% higher than what they’re rated.

For example, Solarever’s 400-watt panel will consistently generate at least 400 W of power but could reach up to 412 W of output when operating under standard test conditions. Having a -0% power tolerance rating is excellent because it means you can expect the panels to operate better under real-world conditions. This also suggests that the company has a high-quality manufacturing process.

How long will Solarever panels last on your roof?

Like most solar manufacturers, Solarever offers two warranties for its panels: a workmanship warranty and a performance warranty. Both of Solarever’s warranties are standard for most solar panels on the market today.

Product warranty

Solarever offers a 12-year product warranty covering any defects in the “design, material, workmanship or manufacturer” that impact the panel’s function. The warranty does not cover any scratches, stains, or typical wear and tear that occur after the panels have been delivered.

12-year product and workmanship warranties are relatively standard across the solar industry. Some companies offer to extend the warranty to 25 years if you register your panels, but Solarever doesn’t have any such program.

Performance warranty

Like most things, solar panels slowly lose their ability to generate power as they age. A panel’s performance warranty tells you how the panels will perform over time.

Solarever’s performance warranty is a bit confusing as two different warranties are listed on the company website. It seems like the correct warranty is the one listed on the datasheet for the HC 108M panels. This is a linear power warranty, which is one of the most favorable warranties you could ask for when purchasing solar panels, and its terms fall in line with industry standards.

Linear warranties guarantee your panels will only degrade by a certain percentage each year, so they are warrantied to produce more energy throughout their lifetime.

There is another warranty listed on Solarever’s website that isn’t a linear warranty. Solarever says it applies to panels that are greater than 250 W in size. This one is a 25-year step-down warranty that states the panels will operate at least 90% of their initial power output in the first 12 years and at least 80% for the remainder of the warranty period. We’re not so crazy about this warranty, because it means your panels’ performance could drop significantly in the first few years of operation, but still be within the warranty terms.

It seems like the linear performance warranty is what Solarever is offering for the HC 108M panels, but because the website doesn’t clearly reflect this, we can’t be 100% sure which warranty they’ll honor.

How much do Solarever solar panels cost?

Solarever’s residential panels are still a relatively new product, so there isn’t a ton of pricing out there online. You can probably expect to pay between $18,000 and $20,000 for a Solarever solar panel system, which falls right in line with the national average cost of solar panels.

But, the total cost of installing Solarever panels will depend on the installer your choose, your financing options, what incentives are available near you, and how many solar panels you choose to install. The best way to find out how much solar panels will cost for your home is to reach out to local solar companies for installation quotes.

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Should you get Solarever solar panels for your home?

Solarever panels are a solid choice if you’re looking to install solar panels on your roof. While its panels aren’t anything revolutionary, they do have good performance specifications that all fall within industry standards. Keep in mind that Solarever is a lesser-known company, and their warranty terms are a bit unclear, so it may be a bit of a risk to choose them over better-known companies like Qcells.

However, Solarever is expanding its research and development efforts with the National Autonomous University of Mexico and the Autonomous Metropolitan University, and they’ve increased the production capacity at their existing manufacturing plant - both of which are positive signs.

If we’re being honest, it’s more important for you to find a solar installer you trust than it is to pick a specific brand of solar panels. Trustworthy installers will carry reliable equipment while providing you with excellent service for the full 25-year lifespan of your solar panel system. You can use our solar panel calculator to see how much solar panels can cost you, and get in touch with professional installers.

Written by Catherine Lane Solar Industry Expert

Catherine is the Written Content Manager at SolarReviews, where she has been at the forefront of researching and reporting on the solar industry for five years. She leads a dynamic team in producing informative and engaging content on residential solar to help homeowners make informed decisions about investing in solar panels. Catherine’s expertise has garnered attention from leading industry publications, with her work being featured in Sola...

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