Comparative study of solar panels for roadway operations
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All day long the transportation infrastructure receives solar energy from the sun rays, storing much of them as heat that is left to dissipate by nightfall. The concept of harvesting solar energy from transportation infrastructure is enticing because it offers a way to collect solar energy by utilizing an extensive infrastructure that already exists. Thus, an attempt was made to investigate novel methods for solar energy harvesting and conversion with potential economic efficiency substantially beyond that of current technology. Particularly, a comparative study was conducted between rigid and flexible solar panels. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
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Advanced Materials Research
Lee, K. W., Andrew J. Correia, Brett D. Neilan, and Ben Dahn. "Comparative study of solar panels for roadway operations." Advanced Materials Research 723, (2013): 594-600. doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.723.594.