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Polycrystalline are also known as multi-crystalline solar panels and, unlike monocrystalline solar panels, the melted silicon to produce them is poured into a square mould. This silicon is then cooled and finally sliced into square wafers creating the polycrystalline shape. The most attractive advantage for most people when it comes to polycrystalline solar panels is the fact that they always cost less than monocrystalline panels. These panels are able to be produced for less because of the way that they are produced. Monocrystalline displays require quite a bit of labor and attention to produce. After all, with monocrystalline displays, each cell must be pulled from the silicon vat and placed precisely on the panel. Polycrystalline displays, on the other hand, require no such labor as they are simply allowed to cool on the panel in a single, continued silicon sheet. If you are on a budget but still want to take advantage of solar energy, polycrystalline panels may be your best bet.