I got this question from one of our sales guys today:
A customer in Flowermound is wondering if his sloping V antenna (image below) for his ham radio will cause any interference with his solar panels. His plan is to have the Southside leg of the antenna passing 3-6 feet above the panel array. There will be 100 watts passing down that leg with a 3-8 mHz output. He had heard that the silicon in the panels can react poorly to that kind of rig but there are cheap filters he can buy if you think it will cause any problems with the panel production.
I can't think of any reason why the antenna should interfere electronically (the wire itself is small enough that there shouldn't be a shading issue) with his PV production, but I thought I would toss it up to the forum and see what you guys think.