Publication in the Solar Energy Journal!

The paper entitled “Quantifying the rear and front long-term spectral impact on bifacial photovoltaic modules” presents a study conducted to investigate the long-term rear and front spectral impacts on bifacial modules for three locations (Tabernas, Spain; Solar Village, Saudi Arabia; and Alta Floresta, Brazil), and four soil types (light soil, white sand, green grass, and concrete slab) on daily, monthly, and annual time scales. In this work, the results show that the annual bifacial spectral impact differs from the monofacial one due to the influence of downstream spectral irradiance. It is also found that green grass has the highest bifacial spectral benefit.

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Congratulations!! Elmehdi Mouhib, Pedro Manuel Rodrigo Cruz, Leonardo Micheli, Eduardo F. Fernández and Florencia Cruz