The bifacial solar panel is a type of high-efficiency solar PVs that can produce electricity by harnessing sunlight from its two sides, front and rear, because of embedding solar cells on both sides. The rear side of it can harness the reflected sun rays from the ground or any other thing.
Albedo effect defines the amount of sunlight reflects back from the ground surface or any object. Therefore, bifacial solar panels have one further advantage that they can rely on the albedo effect in order to generate more electricity.
According to Wood Mackenzie, bifacial solar panel stands on the edge of a boom across the world’s four corners because of declining the cost as well as the rapidly building momentum around two-sided PV modules in recent years.
The production cost differential between bifacial mono PERC (Passivated Emitter and Rear Contact) and monofacial mono PERC modules is now as low as half a cent. Wood Mackenzie also said that bifacial solar panel poised to surge ten-fold by 2024.
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