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View Resource String Sizing Program

This is an online-interactive program that walks the user through the sizing of solar array strings. It has a data base of inverters and panels making it possible for the student to experiment with...

http://america.sma.de/newstringsizing.aspx
View Resource Effects of Tilt and Azimuth on Annual Incident Solar Radiation for United States Locations

Eight-page technical paper with graphs reporting on the proceedings of Solar Forum 2001: Solar Energy: The Power to Choose. Golden, CO: National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

http://www.harpiris.com/images/NREL_Craig_Christensen_paper_...
View Resource Solar PV Module

2008 presentation created as an instructional material project during ATEEC/NREL's Sustainable Energy Education and Training (SEET) Workshop for high school and community college energy technology...

http://www.ateec.org/store/catalog/Solar-PV---Solar-PV-Modul...
View Resource Solar Energy Society of Canada Homepage

The Solar Energy Society of Canada Inc. works to advance the awareness, understanding and use of solar energy in Canada.

http://www.sesci.ca/
View Resource Flywheel Batteries: A New Spin on Energy Storage

A friend of mine recently installed solar panels on his roof to generate electricity. They were quite expensive, but my friend considers it an investment that will pay for itself in lower electricity...

http://itotd.com/articles/332/flywheel-batteries/
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