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Solar energy is the fastest growing renewable energy in Chile and the world's leading unconventional source. Photovoltaic solar plants need a simple and effective solution to stop the loss of efficiency caused by dirt on the surface of the modules.
USD $ 1.8M / year in a 100MWp plant
After two months without supervision, a solar panel can generate up to 35% less energy due to the effect of dirt depending on the location and context of the plant. Its cleaning constitutes approximately 40% of the operation and maintenance costs of a photovoltaic plant. This means a great loss of efficiency, therefore money, putting the success of the projects at risk.
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