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View Resource Solar Architecture: Modules Home: Application and Integration

APPLICATION - IMAGE 01Active and passive solar systems equipment - that hardware and elements which capture the sun?s energy for heating bath and wash water; heating swimming pools for extended s...

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View Resource Solar Architecture: Passive Solar Heating and Cooling

The sun's energy arrives on earth in the primary form of heat and light. Other aspects of solar radiation are less easily perceived and their detection often requires sophisticated equipment. All...

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View Resource Solar Energy Materials & Solar Cells

Online journal from Science Direct.

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View Resource Solar Hot Water, Homebrew Style

Jay Peltz has only basic plumbing skills, but that didn’t keep him from building this fully successful solar drainback water heating system. You can too. Become an online member to view article.

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View Resource The Solar Decathlon: Solar Houses for Today

Fourteen colleges and universities built energy efficient homes on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Innovation, creativity, and renewable energy prevailed. We hope the politicians took notice.

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