Commercial solar soars

December 2014
EcoGeneration;Dec2014, Issue 85, p72
The article talks about the issuing of (Renewable Energy Certificates) REC by Australian government to reduce the degradation in the solar energy production by studying the impacts of light induced degradation (LID) & potential induced degradation (PID) in the poly-silicon modules of solar panels.


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