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Outdoor performance of triple stacked a-Si photovoltaic module in various geographical locations and climates

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7 Author(s)
Fukae, K. ; Ecology R/D, Canon Inc., Kyoto, Japan ; Chin Chou Lim ; Tamechika, M. ; Takehara, N.
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A systematic investigation has been made on the power output measurement of a-Si//a-SiGe//a-SiGe triple stacked solar cells. Prototype modules incorporating triple a-Si cells fabricated using a high deposition rate plasma CVD process with a microwave power source have been exposed outdoors for about a half to one year at three different geographical locations to evaluate their outdoor performance under cold, temperate and tropical climates. The results showed that a-Si performed better under higher temperature climates. Energy efficiency over 8% was obtained in Kuala Lumpur. A power rating under 1 Sun, 50 °C light soaking conditions seem to be reasonable in Kyoto

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Photovoltaic Specialists Conference, 1996., Conference Record of the Twenty Fifth IEEE

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13-17 May 1996

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