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System-level enhancements increase production and reduce system cost.

Systems thinking is a discipline for seeing wholes. It is a framework for seeing interrelationships rather than things, for seeing patterns of change rather than static snapshots. – Peter Senge

Before the onset of the Coronavirus, climate change appeared to be the biggest threat to humans’ way of life. Now, public health needs to take center stage, individual state’s climate change goals are taking a back seat, causing most states to fail to meet their climate change goals this year. Presently it is “all hands on deck” to contain the Coronavirus. The economic downturn and public health crisis distract from human beings focusing on the climate change crisis. Solar and COVID have a considerable effect on how we live and whether humans and planet earth survive. Each generation’s goal is to move life forward to a better place for all inhabitants, including plants, animals, and people. Coronavirus is a high priority, but it does take focus from renewable energy. It means climate change will lose traction. The virus wants to take away all our focus, yet our planet requires attention as well.

In states that have been hit the hardest by the pandemic, some climate change progress is already lost. Most Governors are friends of renewable energy and look for ways to accelerate renewable energy projects in their states to drive economic growth. These Governors have a goal to achieve zero-carbon emissions from 2025 to 2040, depending on the state or county.
Progress is creating increases in solar PV efficiency and maximizing power produced. Challenges remain in decreasing PV panel operating temperatures. Experiments demonstrate the achievable enhancements in solar PV efficiency if PV arrays are designed to take advantage of convective cooling. A 30–45% increase in the convective heat transfer coefficient has shown when the incoming flow direction shifts 180° to face the rear surface of the PV panels.

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The importance of heat factors on solar opens a pathway for future work to examine other parameters that may be easily optimized, such as panel row spacing, the height of panel from the ground, and other structures or layouts that enhance flow channeling through the farm. On home or business applications, roof-mounted arrays are often more adversely impacted by temperature, creating questions around the possibilities of enhancement through parameters such as roof offset height.

shipments delayed, and the threat of having to lay off workers lingers as this pandemic continues. For customers still looking to go green during this pandemic, turning to community solar can help them reduce carbon emissions further now, without having to wait for a solar panel installation on their roof. “We think community solar a great alternative to rooftop installation. It was great before COVID 19, and it is even better now. “What we are doing is essentially putting a rooftop system on 1,000 homes, without needing 1,100 installers in the field, potentially encountering people. It is a win-win because homeowners get all the benefits.

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