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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 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 Solar H2Ot™

Commercial site for solar hot water heating; support pages provide information on research, spec sheets, manuals, diagrams, how to videos, and more.

http://www.solarhotusa.com/support.html
View Resource Region 8: Green Building

Seventeen descriptions with photographic examples of green building

http://www.epa.gov/region8/building/
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
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