Extending Lifetime and Performance: Breaking Down the Photovoltaic Module

The standard lifetime of conventional photovoltaic systems is now 25 years – a timespan that reflects the point at which a module outputs 80% of its original rated power. This lifetime is used by downstream players to determine the financials of an installations, making it integral to an investor th...

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