Solution To High Heat Losses.

Hybrid Solar Panel Until now we knew two types of solar panels for harnessing solar energy, photovoltaic modules to produce electricity and thermal collectors or panels for hot water. Both systems are completely separate and different. It is a fact that PV panels are enemies ofheat, as you have seen in the data sheet from the manufacturers, the power of the panel is specified based on standard test conditions (100 mW/cm2 irradiance, temperature Cell 25 C, air mass 1.5, etc.).. In real life, the cell temperature is much higher, thus the cell efficiency falls with increasing temperature, reducing the power of the panel about 15 .(TK – 0.44 C) The above way of introduction is something that nearly all familiar, but is there an alternative The answer is s .En the Spanish Patent and Trademark Office registered an invention called “Hybrid Solar Panel”, the invention is a panel that integrates solar photovoltaic and thermal energy in a single solar panel. (Similarly see: 4Moms). In the Hybrid Solar Panel, used in buildings, the existing heat in photovoltaic cells, which was a problem, is transferred to a temperature absorber integrated in the rear, coil or similar tour of the absorber is heat-bearing fluid . The fluid reaches the heat exchanger hot water storage tank, where it transfers its thermal solar energy for use in ACS or other uses.With this system we get electricity production increased by 15 and reducing the space required to install both systems, since we obtain a CHP, which is obtained by both electricity and useful thermal solar energy. The Hybrid Solar Panel Solar Parks used functions in a similar way, but the battery is replaced by a water cooling system radiators that cool the heat-bearing fluid convection air. Thus, the Hybrid Solar Panel is used as a Photovoltaic Solar Panel Refrigerated, concentrating its role in producing electricidad.La life of the facility is longer because the working temperature is lower panels. More information .. . http://panelsolarhibrido.es Source: Luis Lopez

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