Concentrated Photo Voltaic Thermal (CPVT)

Concentrated Photo Voltaic Thermal (CPVT)

Concentrated Photo Voltaic Thermal (CPVT) is a new technology that introduces cooling the CPV to

i- Improves Electrical CPVT efficiency (more electrical energy)
ii- Recover the thermal energy for different applications (heating, drying and desalination & Electrical Power Generation).
Carry out a literature survey on both market and Research & Development in CPVT.

Suggested sources:
“Solar Panels: Cheapest and renewable source of energy,” UptothePoint.com, 2015. [Online]. Available at: http://uptothepoint.com/ solar-panels-cheapest-renewable-source-energy/. [Accessed: 29-Mar 2016].

P. J. Axaopoulos and E. D. Fylladitakis, “Performance and economic evaluation of a hybrid photovoltaic/thermal solar system for residential applications,” Energy and Buildings, vol. 65, pp. 488–496, Oct. 2013.

A. Kumar, P. Baredar, and U. Qureshi, “Historical and recent development of photovoltaic thermal (PVT) technologies,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, vol. 42, pp. 1428–1436, 2015.

You may use other sources if needed.

Please include:
Abstract, Table of Content, Introduction, Conclusion, and References.

In the research, please focus on these points:
-PVT and its 3 types (air, liquid, concentrated)
-Research and Development of CPVT
-Comparison of the three types mentioned above (regarding Temperature, Efficiency, and Energy Produced).

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