In a photovoltaic power generation system, temperature will affect the power generation efficiency of its cells. Generally, as the temperature increases, the power generation efficiency will decrease. When photovoltaic cells generate electricity, their own temperature will increase with the absorption and conversion of solar energy, which will seriously affect the power generation efficiency of photovoltaic cells. In order to improve the power generation efficiency of photovoltaic cells, the current common cooling method for the cells is to fix metal ribs on the photovoltaic cell backplane. Through heat conduction, the metal ribs absorb the heat of the photovoltaic cell backplane to reduce the temperature of the photovoltaic cell. However, after the metal ribs absorb heat, it is not easy to dissipate the heat in the power generation system component frame, resulting in poor cooling effect, which in turn affects the power generation efficiency of photovoltaic cells.
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Look for or research a cooling material that has a certain degree of hygroscopicity, absorbs the heat of the battery panel through the evaporation of water, has excellent thermal conductivity, and can dissipate heat in time.
The application of photovoltaic cell cooling technology can efficiently cool down and monitor the temperature of photovoltaic cells in an actual time, greatly reducing the impact of high temperature on the power generation efficiency of solar panels, and improving the energy efficiency of power supply.