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SOLAR ENERGY By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Chapter 1: What Is Solar Energy? Chapter 2: History Of Solar Energy Chapter 3: The Uses Of Solar Energy Chapter 4: Everyday Use Of Solar Power Chapter 5: Solar Energy Is A Form Of Green Energy... More > Source Chapter 6: Solar Energy Collecting As An Alternative Energy Source Chapter 7: Solar Energy To Supply The Needed Power Chapter 8: Solar Energy – New Discoveries Chapter 9: The Cost Of Solar Energy System Chapter 10: Facts About Solar Energy And Solar Power Plants Chapter 11: A Bright Future For Solar Energy: An Alternative Energy Source Chapter 12: Solar Energy – The Future Of Generating Energy For The Home Chapter 13: Using Solar Power For Your Home Appliances Chapter 14: Heating Your Home With Solar Energy Chapter 15: Solar Energy – This Commodity Is Not For Sale Chapter 16: Solar Energy - A Sustainable Power Is Harnessed Chapter 17: Pros And Cons Of Residential Solar Energy System< Less
Solar Energy By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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When looking at the usefulness of solar power, you have to consider how much power the appliances that you use will tax the system. For example if you wish to use a solar powered generator to run... More > your hot water, you really don't have to put that much effort into figuring out that a couple of panels will do the trick. But if you want to run a window-type air conditioner or a 24-hour freezer, you would have to consider the possibility of adding more power. Power-hungry appliances are not conducive to solar power. It can be accomplished, but it is best to rely on the power grid for your larger appliances. Then you can selectively pick the appliances that you want to use with solar power. This can be for only one room. For example in your bedroom you may have a couple of lamps, a television, and a fan.< Less
An Introduction to Solar Energy System Fundamentals By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to the fundamentals of solar energy utilization.
10 Steps to Getting Solar By Kurios Energy
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Learn How Solar Saves Money,Increases Home Value and Maximizes Tax Breaks
An Introduction to Solar Cooling Systems By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to solar powered cooling systems for buildings and other applications.
Proceedings of the Solar Energy Tech 2010 By F. Grimaccia, S. Leva, M. Mussetta
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The first edition of Solar Energy Tech was focused on the opportunities, challenges and cutting edge technologies for photovoltaic conversion and it was hosted by the Department of Energy of... More > Politecnico di Milano on July 8th, 2010. The objective of this symposium was to provide a forum for researchers from universities, research institutes and industry to get together, discuss problems and share experiences involved in PV energy production. In particular, the International Workshop covered a wide spread of topics, from solar cells and physics, to wafer technologies, from PV system monitoring and maintenance, safety and regulation, to PVC and CSP technologies, from predictability tools and algorithms to building integration. Moreover, the event included an institutional Round Table that involved university and academic research, industry, policy-makers and public bodies, economic and financial press, energy market authority, associations and stakeholders.< Less
small scale solar energy systems (revised, april 2013) paperback By Ko Tilman
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The content from this book is identical to the content from the E-book, except the pages regarding the usable trickle current. Please see the page where the E-book is published on the Lulu website.... More > Much more information can be found in the preview on the Lulu website.IMPORTANT: the trickle charge currents proved (after more experiments) to be too low for the Dutch solar situation (especially during the autumn and winter). The low trickle charge current exhausted the battery too much. Better values: 80 Ah=500 mA, 40 Ah=250 mA 10 Ah=50 mA. These values protect your wet lead acid battery better during the dark seasons. On page 78-79 pin 2 from the 741 Opamp sets the reference voltage. Experiment with the 6K8 and the 1 K resistor (make them higher) for a better switch-off moment.< Less
An Introduction to Planning Solar Water Heating Systems By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to planning of solar water heating systems.
An Introduction to Design of Solar Water Heating Systems By J. Paul Guyer, P.E., R.A. - Editor
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This publication provides an introduction to the design of solar water heating systems.
small scale solar energy systems (revised, april 2013), E-book By Ko Tilman
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The book describes a stand alone solar energy system, made with a 24 Volt wet (open) lead acid battery and two solar panels from 200 Watt. A schematic from a simple power battery charger with... More > transistors (2N3055) is published. It descibes how to get power inverters (24 V DC to 230 V AC, max 1500 Watt) into service with a simple soft start device. Schematics from switchboxes (switch between the AC grid and the AC inverter) are given. The approach is LOW TECH. More info can be found in the preview. IMPORTANT: on page 44 you find a trickle charger schematic. I found that the trickle charge values are too low for the Dutch solar situation given a permanent pull out of energy from the lead acid battery. Better values: 80 AH= 500 mA, 40 AH=250 mA, 20AH=125 mA, 10 AH=50 mA (these values given a for a constant use of energy from the battery). On page 79 pin 2 sets V ref, experiment with the 6K8 and 1K resistor (make them higher) for a better switch off moment.< Less