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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
View Resource Solar Hot Water Batch Collector

Our first step was to get a used hot water heater. So Caroline and I emptied out the back of the station wagon and headed over to Porfie's Thrift. Porfie had about 10 tanks to choose from. They were...

http://www.byexample.com/projects/current/batch_collector/
View Resource NREL Systems Engineering

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Photovoltaic (PV) research program, in cooperation with the U.S. PV industry and university researchers, seeks to advance PV performance and systems...

http://www.nrel.gov/pv/systems_engineering.html
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/
View Resource Solar Power: Photovoltaics

There are a number of methods of generating electricity from solar power. In this movie, engineers Beth Richards and Miguel Contreras demonstrate the most widely used method today, and break down the...

http://www.thefutureschannel.com/movies/environmental_movies...
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