How long do panels last for?

How long do panels last for?

Solar Panels should come with a 10+ year product warranty – this should cover you from panel defects, premature wear and tear, and manufacturing issues. Some premium brands come with up to 25 years of product warranty.
Solar Panels should also have a 25+ year power output warranty - 90% production after 10 years, 80% after 25 years. 

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