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View Resource Exploring Ways to Use Solar Energy

Step outside on a hot, sunny day, and you'll experience the power of the sun's heat and the light. That's solar energy.

http://www.energysavers.gov/renewable_energy/solar/index.cfm...
View Resource Solar Greenhouse Resources

This resource list discusses basic principles of solar greenhouse design, as well as different construction material options. Books, articles and Web sites, and computer software relevant to solar...

http://attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/solar-gh.html
View Resource How do Photovoltaics Work?

Photovoltaics is the direct conversion of light into electricity at the atomic level. Some materials exhibit a property known as the photoelectric effect that causes them to absorb photons of light...

http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2002/solarcells.htm
View Resource U.S. DOE Solar Program's Thin-Film Partnership

The Thin Film Partnership Program Web site provides a database of the most relevant and up-to-date resources about thin films, serving the thin-film community and more general audiences with...

http://www.nrel.gov/pv/thin_film/
View Resource Cadmium Use in Photovoltaics

Why does a segment of the solar energy industry use cadmium in its photovoltaic (PV) modules? This Web site provides a central information clearinghouse for your exploration of this issue, including...

http://www.nrel.gov/pv/cdte/
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