Solar panels on a frame can also be double-sided, which means they can generate sunlight and electricity from both sides. When the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, a double-sided solar panel can capture early morning sunlight and do the same in the evening as the sun begins to set. A double-sided solar panel can collect more solar energy because it absorbs light from the front and back. This, in turn, increases solar energy productivity and extends the production time throughout the day. Therefore, double-sided solar panels on a frame maximize solar energy generation. It is always worth considering installing double-sided solar panels on a frame, especially if the evening and morning sun also affect the panel's illumination.