The Solar ABCs released a new report that details a study that tested and validated the draft IEC 61853-2 standard’s experimental procedures and related mathematical models for the measurement of angle of incidence effects on PV modules. This new report presents findings based on two rounds of test results. Download the full report (PDF 2.17MB).
The Solar America Board for Codes and Standards (Solar ABCs) is a collaborative effort among experts to formally gather and prioritize input from the broad spectrum of solar photovoltaic stakeholders including policy makers, manufacturers, installers, and consumers resulting in coordinated recommendations to codes and standards making bodies for existing and new solar technologies. The U.S. Department of Energy funds Solar ABCs as part of its commitment to facilitate widespread adoption of safe, reliable, and cost-effective solar technologies..
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