Collecting Solar Energy Even When It’s Cloudy

December 16, 2013 by  
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Collecting Solar Energy Even When It’s Cloudy

In early October, residents of Fairbanks, Alaska were able to participate in a self-guided Solar Tour designed to make them aware of the possibilities of solar energy in a place where sunshine is often limited. As residents toured both homes and businesses, they got a look at one of the most exciting new technologies: solar thermal. Solar thermal is different from photovoltaic in a number of ways:

How Do Solar Water Heaters Work?

December 3, 2013 by  
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How Do Solar Water Heaters Work?

Many people are choosing more energy-efficient ways to get energy. Using solar panels to heat your home and even as your primary source of electricity has become more popular as new houses are being built to fit modern, more eco-friendly times. Water heaters are no different. Solar water heaters are now being installed as an alternative to the traditional water heater to not only save money, but as a more […]

Facts About Solar Heating Systems

October 18, 2010 by  
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There is no better reward technology has provided the world than the introduction of solar heating systems worldwide. This is obviously why a lot of people nowadays continue to patronize this remarkable heating system. However, despite this growing demand, there are still a lot of people who are left clueless on what truly these systems are, how beneficial are they, and how efficient they can be for your home. Knowing […]

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