First solar pumping boreholes

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Hello, I’m working in Iraq and we were thinking of installing our first solar pumping boreholes. I have been said at the WASH group that solar panels dont work well at high temperatures, anyone has experience on this?



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4 responses to "First solar pumping boreholes"

The Solar Hub

I have been using solar pumping solutions in Niger for the last 3 years and so far, it is working more or less as intended… it can’t get much hotter than here.

Jamal

Same for me, I’ve been using it for a couple of years in Jordan. We had some issues but nothing to do with heat according to our contractor.

Leo

my understanding is that solar panels efficiency is lower when they are hot (over 25C degrees) but the loss in efficiency is computed into the design software calculations, so not an issue in itself if yo use a good software to design your system.

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