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Common-plane Spectrum-splitting Concentrating Photovoltaic Module Design and Development

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A novel tiled micro-optical concentrating PV concept is described. Within each unit cell, spectrally selective elements are laterally displaced on a common plane to enhance conversion efficiency and reduce packaging costs in high-performance PV modules.

© 2011 Optical Society of America

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