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The major issue related to the passive air cooling technology for high concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) module is that their heat dissipation efficiencies highly rely on the ambient temperature and wind speed. It may not provide enough cooling for solar cells causing the malfunction of HCPV module under the worst case scenario, i.e., high ambient temperature and no wind condition. In this study, a novel passive air cooling device, named as Solar Enhanced Passive Air Cooling System (SEPACS),doi:10.18178/jocet.2017.5.3.370 fatcat:3n7elwvntnesldsh6mauac2jqe