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Newest Russian solar batteries withstood Arctic frosts

Solar batteries produced by the company «Hevel» have undergone tests in a climate camera with extremely low temperatures. It has been turned out that they can work after temperature drops with the amplitude up to 145 degrees. This fact shows the perspectives of their application at the northernmost territories of Russia where they could decrease the time in delivery of fuels over the North supply. The tests' results have been announced by the press office of the manufacturing company.
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In the course of experiments, solar batteries have been placed in a climate camera. At the first stage, the batteries have been kept during 48 hours at a stable temperature of -60 degrees Centigrade. After that, the batteries have been exposed to thermal cycling where the heating up to +85 degrees has been followed by the cooling down to -60 degrees, while the cycle has been repeated 50 times.

The production of the company has been already used in Yakutia where winter temperatures also could drop down below -40 degrees Centigrade. However, this time, «Hevel» is planning also to develop typical technological solutions for energy supply in Arctic — the area with extremely low temperatures. Additional tests with multiple thermal cycles have been caused namely by this goal.

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