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View Resource Water Heating

Although there are many ways to cut your water heating bills, they all fall into two broad categories: reducing the amount of hot water you use and making your water heating system more efficient....

http://www.energy.iastate.edu/homeseries/downloads/HomeSerie...
View Resource Solar Thermal Design Tools

Explanations for the critical areas of system design. These are specific for Canada, so the instructor is going to have to explain the differences for whatever latitude the class is at. However, it...

http://www.theresourcestore.ca/toolbox-solardesign.php
View Resource Prince Charles Hospital Solar Energy Feasibility Study

This report was prepared for the Prince Charles Hospital in Australia. The whole report is a site appraisal assessment for outfitting the hospital with solar water heating. Within the appraisal, it...

http://www.solarthermalworld.org/node/1099
View Resource Solar Geyser: Frequently Asked Questions

A commercial New Zealand self pumping glass tube, water heating system, called a Solar Geyser or their trademark Solar Tech Geyser, made in South Africa. Basically a tank on the roof, with the...

http://www.setsa.co.za/solar-geyser-frequently-asked-questio...
View Resource Solar Hot Water: A Primer

Hot water represents the second largest energy consumer in American households. A typical 80 gallon (300 l) electric hot water tank serving a family of four will consume approximately 150 million...

http://www.azsolarcenter.com/technology/solarh20.html
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