PV power plant performance optimization has become a critical operating metric to secure the highest Internal Rate of Revenue (IRR) and the lowest levelized cost of electricity (LCOE). The Pellucere Technologies has claimed to have developed the world’s first field-installable, anti-reflective, anti-soiling solar panel coating, which is said to boosts energy generation and reduces cleaning. The MoreSun product includes an Anti-Reflective (AR) & Anti-Soiling (AS) silica shield to any solar array.
According to PV-Tech, independent testing was said to have shown that MoreSun, which can be applied to any solar array, increases total energy output by up to 4.7% and increases power from direct axis light by up to 3.8%.
The coating is formulated with Pellucere’s proprietary Talus Dirt Rejection Technology that has been shown in testing to reduce the build-up of dirt, dust and other particulates by as much as 90%.
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