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Five most noteworthy pv solar panels technologies

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Published by Mars September 16,2019

    With the development of pv solar panels technology, more and more pv solar panels power products will appear in the future. So what are the pv solar panels technologies worthy of attention in the future?

 

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   1. Water-cooled pv solar panels

Pyron Solar Triad has designed a special short focal length, solar-collecting lens made of acrylic material. The reflection and refraction of sunlight in such a lens effectively concentrates energy to a point. The second lens collects the energy transmitted by the first lens and concentrates it on a small photovoltaic panel. The company claims that the HE lens system (HE OPTICS SYSYTEM) produces 800 times more electricity than comparable silicon photovoltaic solar panels.

 

 

   2. Convert solar energy to hydroge.

In 2009, MIT professor Daniel Nocera founded a company that was designed to commercialize a “water decomposition” and photovoltaic solar panels storage technology. “The idea is to use solar panels to power the electrolyzers to produce hydrogen that can be stored in the fuel tanks. When people need electricity, the stored hydrogen can drive the fuel cells to produce electricity,” said Northerly.

 

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     3.Roof photovoltaic solar panelss and painted photovoltaic solar panels

Previously, it has been assumed that installing photovoltaic solar panels can be as simple as laying a roof tile, or that solar paint can be painted on the roof like a paint. In fact, this idea has now been realized, and this solar pv array paint is called silicon ink. According to the U.S. National Renewable Energy Laboratory, solar pv array using this technology can convert 18% of solar energy into electricity. 

 

  

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    4. Large-scale thin film solar cells

SunFabTM system's thin-film solar pv array are based on thin-film technology, using amorphous silicon solar panels to build the world's largest and most productive thin-film solar pv array. On the one hand, this approach can successfully reduce the cost of materials, on the other hand, it can also be combined with the highest-end manufacturing technology of the solar pv array industry. It is reported that the company's thin-film solar pv modules mainly use frameless design, which solves the two major problems of poor waterproofing of thin-film solar pv modules and long-term use of the solar pv modules structure.

 

 

    5. Organic solar concentrator

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found a way to turn ordinary glass into high-end solar collectors. This technology is complex in structure but at a lower cost. Scientists mainly use coated glass plates to collect sunlight that is not absorbed by the surface of solar cells, thus turning ordinary mirrors into solar collectors. Even glass in buildings can be applied to absorb and transform. energy.

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