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Installing solar cells without a roof is a problem that many people may encounter. Because space is required for installation. Do not allow anything to cover the panel. Most people install solar panels on the roof as the most common method. Because it is at the top, it is easier to receive light to produce fire. There’s nothing covering the panel. Doesn’t waste installation space because it’s on top. But if you want to install it in a way that is not on the roof. There are other methods that can be used. Let’s see what methods are available and what are the advantages and disadvantages. Which type is compatible with what is suitable for us?

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  1. floor mounted

Suitable for those with sufficient space within their home compound, floor-mounted installations offer maximum control over light angles.


  1. Customizable Sunlight Reception: Allows for precise positioning to capture optimal sunlight angles.
  2. Ease of Position Adjustment: Can be easily repositioned to accommodate changing sunlight conditions.


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2. Installation on a balcony / movable type

If you live in an apartment or condominium, installing solar panels may still be an option, but it typically won’t involve large-scale installations like those on houses. It could be in the form of a power box with solar panels that charge specific tools or devices, without requiring major alterations to the apartment or condo structure. This approach helps avoid potential damage or alterations that could result in fines or disputes with the management of the apartment or condominium. Always check with your building management or homeowners’ association to understand any restrictions or permissions regarding solar installations.


  1. No Floor Space Needed: Does not require floor space for installation.
  2. No Wall Drilling Required: Avoids the need for drilling walls or making structural changes.
  3. Indoor Setup: Can be set up indoors, making it versatile for various living spaces.
  4. Convenient Use: Easy to use and manage.


  1. Longer Charging Time: May take longer to charge compared to traditional setups.
  2. Limited Sunlight Exposure: Does not receive as much sunlight as roof or ground installations.
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3. Solar Farm

If your own space is insufficient for installing solar panels, you might consider joining a solar farm project. This involves pooling resources with several people or households to set up a collective solar panel system, allowing everyone to benefit from shared, long-term solar energy usage.


  1. Shared Maintenance: You don’t have to handle installation and maintenance on your own.
  2. Community Benefit: Allows for shared use of solar energy within the community.


  1. Waiting for Community Interest: Requires sufficient interest from others in the community to initiate the project.
  2. Participation Cost: Involves expenses to join the project.

Currently, the installation of solar panels without a roof is not very common, even among households. However, choosing a method that suits your situation and space is crucial. We are pleased to offer various solutions to maximize benefits for our customers and ensure the best fit. Utilizing solar energy not only helps reduce electricity costs but also supports the use of environmentally friendly energy. It helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to planting 4-5 trees per panel per year.