In this short communication, a theoretical attempt has been made and the analytical expression developed by Dubey, Sandhu, and Tiwari [2009. "Analytical Expression for Electrical Efficiency of PV/T Hybrid air Collector." Applied Energy 86: 697-705.] for temperature-dependent electrical efficiency of air type PV/T collector has been corrected. The analyses have indicated that their efficiency expression only considers the effects of solar intensity. However, it is unequivocal from the governing equations that the ambient temperature is another variable that should be in the efficiency expression as an initial condition of the energy balance equation of flowing air. Although they asserted that the electrical efficiency of the system has been evaluated with respect to the variations in solar intensity and ambient temperature for a typical day in the month of April 2008 for New Delhi condition, the results clearly show that the ambient temperature has not been taken into account in their study. Their expression not including a term for ambient temperature proves our statement. In the present work, the corrected version of the efficiency expression is given.