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Integrating organic photovoltaics (OPVs) into greenhouses: electrical performance and lifetimes of OPVs
Year:
2021
Authors :
Friman Peretz, Maayan
;
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Levi, Asher
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Ozer, Shay
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Teitel, Meir
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Yasuor, Hagai
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Co-Authors:

Esther Magadley

Meir Teitel

Ragheb Kabha

Mohamad Dakka

Maayan Friman Peretz

Shay Ozer

Asher Levi

Hagai Yasuor

Murat Kacira

Rebekah Waller

Ibrahim Yehia

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This paper presents the electrical performance of organic photovoltaic modules (OPVs) on top of a polyethylene covered greenhouse high tunnel in a Mediterranean climate. Modules from a previous study were kept on the tunnel and monitored together with new modules with improved connectors installed on the greenhouse roof and on frames adjacent to the greenhouse. Measured module power conversion efficiencies ranged from 1% to 3%. The typical combined output of the modules across the tunnel roof were 105Wh on a sunny day and 81Wh on a cloudy day. Module burn-in period was about 15 days, losing around 36% of its initial efficiency. Ts80 lifetimes ranged from 7 days to 94 days. Tunnel integration was shown to accelerate module degradation.

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DOI :
10.1080/14786451.2021.2017437
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Scopus
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Language:
English
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Integrating organic photovoltaics (OPVs) into greenhouses: electrical performance and lifetimes of OPVs

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Maayan Friman Peretz

Shay Ozer

Asher Levi

Hagai Yasuor

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Integrating organic photovoltaics (OPVs) into greenhouses: electrical performance and lifetimes of OPVs

This paper presents the electrical performance of organic photovoltaic modules (OPVs) on top of a polyethylene covered greenhouse high tunnel in a Mediterranean climate. Modules from a previous study were kept on the tunnel and monitored together with new modules with improved connectors installed on the greenhouse roof and on frames adjacent to the greenhouse. Measured module power conversion efficiencies ranged from 1% to 3%. The typical combined output of the modules across the tunnel roof were 105Wh on a sunny day and 81Wh on a cloudy day. Module burn-in period was about 15 days, losing around 36% of its initial efficiency. Ts80 lifetimes ranged from 7 days to 94 days. Tunnel integration was shown to accelerate module degradation.

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