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Abstract.Thanks to the reviewers who served JPE in 2020.
Abstract.We demonstrate a simple, low-cost design of a selectively emissive radiative cooler using scotch tape and aluminum foil, which can be further augmented by higher quality metal deposition methods. This do-it-yourself radiative cooler achieves solar reflectance, long wavelength infrared...
Abstract.The principle of radiative cooling is to radiate the extra heat energy of Earth into outer space, and a lot of progress has been made in recent years. Radiative cooling is significantly affected by the air quality, and coolers reported at present only work well under a clear sky....
Abstract.Conventional concentrator photovoltaics (CPV) employing two-axis tracking are generally only economically competitive with cheaper, less efficient alternatives in locations with large amounts of direct sunlight. Adding a diffuse light collector to a CPV panel in the form of a silicon...
Abstract.We derive the photovoltaic conversion efficiency limit for two-terminal tandem solar cells with a perovskite top cell and silicon bottom cell with an embedded spectrum splitter. For large-bandgap top-cells, a spectrum splitter strongly enhances the efficiency because of enhanced light...
Abstract.Planar perovskite solar cell (PSC) measuring 900 nm total thickness is designed and simulated using Silvaco and SCAPS. Silvaco (Atlas 5.16.3.R) photovoltaic simulating system enables the formation of the stacking model and estimation of the physical properties of various functional...
Abstract.Corncob is an extremely cheap and easily available biomass with excellent hydrophilicity. Crisscross pores of corncob provide channels for efficient water transport. An efficient solar evaporator is prepared by coating carbon black (CB) film on corncob. The light absorption of corncob...
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