Unclear bifacial energy yield opens opportunity for accurate modeling

SolarWorld has begun production of its bifacial solar modules in its U.S. facility located in Oregon. The so-called "Bisun" modules use p-type mono-crystalline silicon PERC cells. SolarWorld will test its modules at a 205 kW installation located at the University Of Richmond, Virginia. The system...

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