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|Monday, July 12, 2010|
A growing number of downtown Portland buildings have solar panels on their roofs, which in summer weather can become 50 to 90 degrees hotter than the surrounding air.
These high temperatures cause the solar panels to lose efficiency, but Portland State University researchers are investigating eco-roofs as a possible solution.
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