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View Resource HOMER: The Optimization Model for Distributed Power

HOMER is a computer model that simplifies the task of evaluating design options for both off-grid and grid-connected, renewable energy and nonrenewable energy power systems for remote, stand-alone,...

http://www.nrel.gov/homer/
View Resource Combiners to DC Disconnects

PV-source circuits route from the array through combiners (on medium and large systems) and then on to the DC PV disconnect. Normally, two strings of modules can be connected in parallel without...

http://www.homepower.com/article/?file=HP130_pg114_CodeCorne...
View Resource Solar Cars - Solar Energy and Photovoltics

An article giving details of solar energy with links to much more information. The impetus for the development of solar energized automobiles was mobilized during the 1990?s when regulations...

http://inventors.about.com/library/inventors/blsolarcar.htm
View Resource Solar Hot Water Systems Today

Today’s solar hot water systems, like the one pictured at right, are a simple, cost effective, and environmentally friendly way to provide domestic hot water using New Mexico’s abundant sunshine.

http://www.nmsea.org/Education/Homeowners/NMSEA_Solar_Hot_Wa...
View Resource Solar Tax Credit

New Mexico’s 30% solar tax credit, plus Q&A plus rules, certification, instructions, and forms.

http://www.emnrd.state.nm.us/ECMD/CleanEnergyTaxIncentives/s...
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