Poly-Crystalline Solar Cells are a form of photovoltaic cells that use wafers made from multiple small silicon crystals to absorb sunlight for conversion into electricity.
Poly-crystalline silicon is cheaper to employ in the conversion process than mono-crystalline silicon, but it is also less efficient.
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