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re: Increasing energy yield of PV panels
agk   8/23/2012 12:50:13 PM
The idea is to switch the individual cell out of the series connected cells which is falling short of sunlight due to shade or dust. I just thought and getting this idea. An optical sensor which measures the light in the individual cell's area and trigger's FETS built inside the cell will also solve this problem.

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re: Increasing energy yield of PV panels
anne-francoise.pele   8/21/2012 1:02:35 PM
Read also: "CZTSe thin-film solar cells results" by Imec

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