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With single-digit improvements in production, bifacial solar isn’t exactly a game-changing technology, but with businesses trying to maximize their return on investment, it certainly sweetens the pot a bit. As designers gain experience and researchers continue to shed light on the situation, we may see some creative ways to squeeze even more production out of these two-faced photon harvesters.

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