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This book uniquely covers both the physics of photovoltaic (PV) cells and the design of PV systems for real-life applications. From the fundamental principles of semiconductor solar cells; through PV technology (crystalline silicon solar cells; thin-film cells; PV modules); to components, design, deployment and performance of PV systems in use.

The book is an invaluable reference for researchers, industrial engineers and designers working in solar energy generation.

The book is also ideal for university and third-level physics or engineering courses on solar photovoltaics, with exercises to check students’ understanding and reinforce learning. It is the perfect companion to the Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Solar Energy (DelftX, ET.3034TU) presented by co-author Arno Smets.

The course is available in English on the nonprofit open source edX.org platform. Over 100,000 students have already registered for these MOOCs.
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Any available on wind power?
scowie09/02/2020 15:59

... I think this one might be more appealing to the general …... I think this one might be more appealing to the general public:Encyclopedia of Human Evolution and Prehistory: Second Edition


2004? ??? Sadly out-of-date. Ideas have 'evolved' greatly since then. Denisovans for a start ...
wdh09/02/2020 17:33

2004? ??? Sadly out-of-date. Ideas have 'evolved' greatly since then. …2004? ??? Sadly out-of-date. Ideas have 'evolved' greatly since then. Denisovans for a start ...


I guess it's free now for a reason
Aliwoo1809/02/2020 14:15

Any available on wind power?


The future has to be tidal power.
Fantastic. Very relevant for my degree.
Gordon_Bennett11/02/2020 21:39

Fantastic. Very relevant for my degree.


I wouldn’t reference a book from 2004 for your degree... unless research or technology hasn’t changed since then. I would imagine if your studying an engineering degree, this technology has changed massively.
Hungryhorris11/02/2020 21:56

I wouldn’t reference a book from 2004 for your degree... unless research o …I wouldn’t reference a book from 2004 for your degree... unless research or technology hasn’t changed since then. I would imagine if your studying an engineering degree, this technology has changed massively.


Indeed, engineering. And indeed I'd date not reference it. That being said it still appears an interesting book and can only add to the knowledge I already have. Maybe there is something useful.
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