Definition of Peak Watt

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Peak Watt

The term 'Peak Watt ' as it applies to the area of photovoltaics can be defined as 'The amount of power a photovoltaic module will produce at standard test conditions (normally 1,000 w/m2 and 25 cell temperature)'.

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