Oxford University to test solar panels

The performance of 11 solar photovoltaic technologies supplied by leading solar panel companies is to be compared by Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute in a two-year project. The aim is to find out which panels produce the most electricity under different conditions. Panels to be tested include crystalline silicon, rubber silicon, thin-film amorphous silicon, thin-film […]

The performance of 11 solar photovoltaic technologies supplied by leading solar panel companies is to be compared by Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute in a two-year project. The aim is to find out which panels produce the most electricity under different conditions. Panels to be tested include crystalline silicon, rubber silicon, thin-film amorphous silicon, thin-film cadmium telluride and copper indium diselenide.

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