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Impact of Reflectors on Solar Energy Systems

Authors: J. Rizk, M. H. Nagrial

Abstract:

The paper aims to show that implementing different types of reflectors in solar energy systems, will dramatically improve energy production by means of concentrating and intensifying more sunlight onto a solar cell. The Solar Intensifier unit is designed to increase efficiency and performance of a set of solar panels. The unit was fabricated and tested. The experimental results show good improvement in the performance of the solar energy system.

Keywords: Renewable Energy, Power optimization, Solar Energy.

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1057845

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