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Solar Beam Splitting for the Efficient Generation of Electricity and High Temperature Thermal Energy

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Abstract

To convert solar energy into electricity and heat simultaneously and efficiently we have been working on combining optical concentration with spectral beam splitting. Our systems can produce 150°C heat while keeping PV temperatures below 60°C, with over 75% efficiency.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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