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Thread: Keeping Solar panels cool
picon face BY : Jonathan Hallameyer email (remove spam text)

I know front side would be better since thats where the junction is,
but perhaps if the cooling water were on the back there could be a
hybrid photovoltaic/solar thermal hot water system for a house?

Or even use the hot water to power a small sterling engine to power a
fan blowing over a radiator in a cooling loop, and make the cooling of
the solar cells self sustaining.

On 1/22/09, apptech <spam_OUTapptechSTOPspamspamSTOPspamparadise.net.nz> wrote:
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