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  1. Solar is a PHP 5 framework for web application development. (Web site)
  2. Go Solar is a winning guide: specific where others just generalize.
  3. Going solar is something you should seriously consider for your residence or commercial facility.
  4. Solar is a proven and powerful. (Web site)
  5. Solar is a clean, efficient, and sustainable form of energy.

Solar Power

  1. Solceller solar power, Solceller (PV-systems) from TEKNordisk .
  2. Solceller solar power.
  3. Find solar power payback at
  4. Solar power questions. Specializing in on and off grid.
  5. There are also some Residential Tax Credits that affect solar power.

Solar Panels

  1. RBI Solar Inc is the leading manufacturer and installer of solar panels mounting systems in North America. (Web site)
  2. Solar Panels convert daylight into electricity. (Web site)
  3. Now the showy part - the photovoltaic (solar) panels.
  4. Rebates are also available for adding more solar panels to existing systems.
  5. Power: 2 solar panels, which provide operating power to the spacecraft, and 2 batteries, which provide power during biannual Earth shadow seasons.

Solar Cooking

  1. Solar cooking is a simple and inexpensive technology.
  2. Lots of info on solar cookers, solar cooking and solar food dryers. (Web site)
  3. On the other hand, solar cooking boxes do not require attendance.

Solar Cookers

  1. Using an old sattelite dish as a solar cooker.
  2. Thus, n = 1.5 for a box-type solar cooker, and n = 2 for a reflector cooker.
  3. Clear Dome parabolic solar cookers.

Solar Thermal

  1. Solar thermal is a big part of this process.
  2. A: Chicagoland is an ideal climate for solar thermal systems.
  3. About a 10 megawatt solar thermal central receiver power plant. (Web site)


  1. Solar hot water systems use sunlight to heat water. (Web site)
  2. The storage tank shall store the solar heat.
  3. Oddly enough, solar heat can also drive a cooling system.
  4. Tellier considered his solar water pump practical for anyone with a south-facing roof.


  1. You can combine that with solar-heated water.
  2. Second to solar water heating is the use of photovoltaic technology. (Web site)
  3. In Cheshire, a new build eco-school chose Solartwin as their source of solar water heating.
  4. We can get it from green energy sources such as biomass, biodiesel, geothermal, solar, water and the wind.
  5. Green power means electricity generated from renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, water and organic matter. (Web site)

Heating Systems

  1. Most homes can accommodate a solar pool heating system.
  2. The main part of the solar heating system are the solar collectors.

Solar Cells

  1. Receiver Panel (Solar) - A panel that contains a battery of solar cells.
  2. Photovoltaic cells are often referred to as PV cells or solar cells.
  3. In solar applications, polycrystalline silicon is the cornerstone material used to produce solar cells that harvest renewable energy from sunlight. (Web site)
  4. Photovoltaics are best known as a method for generating electric power by using solar cells to convert energy from the sun into electricity.
  5. Solarserver: Photovoltaics, solar electricity and solar cells in theory and practice. (Web site)

Power Systems

  1. Concentrating solar power systems generate electricity with heat.
  2. Sepco- draws on 22 years of experience in commercial solar lighting and power systems.

Renewable Energy

  1. Learn about solar and other renewable energy technologies.
  2. Installing solar power is a well understood--and potentially visible--way to use renewable energy. (Web site)

Solar Oven

  1. Not all solar cookers are portable for outdoors.
  2. The first known western solar oven is attributed to Horace de Saussure. (Web site)
  3. Make a Pizza Box Solar Oven! This solar oven has been adapted from many designs.

Install Solar

  1. Install solar electric. (Web site)
  2. KYOCERA Solar is a world-leading supplier of photovoltaic products.
  3. Better yet, install a solar hot water heater.
  4. Full of content related to residential solar applications.
  5. Sunline (SU3.DE) (Germany) Assembler of solar installations of all sizes.

Solar Electric

  1. Wind and solar power.
  2. Solar electric power systems are good for the environment. (Web site)
  3. We specialize off-grid and grid-connect solar electric power for residential and commercial properties.

Electric Systems

  1. The design and installation of solar electric systems. (Web site)
  2. The Solar Electric System is seamlessly connected to the electric utility grid. (Web site)
  3. Creative energiesfeatured projectscommercial solar electric. Large grid connected solar electric system.

Energy Systems

  1. Solar and wind energy systems.
  2. Retailer and installer of commercial and domestic solar energy systems.
  3. Solar energy systems for pools offer an alternative method that will not devastate your bank account.

Promotes Solar

  1. NYSEIA is a not-for-profit group which promotes Solar Energy.
  2. Promotes use of solar power through solar roofs and solar panels. (Web site)
  3. Solar box cookers can even be used on cloudy days. (Web site)


  1. Solarworld (SWV.DE) (Germany) Major manufacturer of solar wafers, cells and modules.
  2. There are over one hundred thousand solar powered homes in the world.
  3. DIDIK designs and manufactures vehicles powered by human, solar, electric, and hybrid systems.


  1. Solar water heaters do not pollute. (Web site)
  2. Water can be heated in solar cookers.
  3. A simple classroom activity for building a solar air heater, at the NREL site.

Thermal Energy

  1. Solar thermal energy is the radiant energy of the sun.
  2. Solardome renewable energy education themepark covering wind, solar, and thermal energy.
  3. Ocean thermal energy conversion (OTEC) converts solar radiation to electric power.

Solar Photovoltaic

  1. BP Solar, manufacturer of solar photovoltaics. (Web site)
  2. Solar photovoltaics (PV): PV converts sunlight directly into electricity.
  3. Solar thermal and solar photovoltaic systems are exempt from PST in PEI.

Solar Wind

  1. A stream of charged particles from the Sun, called the solar wind, defines the heliosphere which permeates the Solar System out to around the scattered disc. (Web site)
  2. Charged particles from the solar wind are able to knock out power grids on Earth, and point the tails of comets away from the sun.
  3. The outer boundary of the heliosphere, the heliopause, is the point at which the solar wind finally terminates, and is the beginning of interstellar space. (Web site)
  4. Renewable solar wind and micro-hyrdo power.
  5. Design and supply solar wind and micro-hydro electric systems.

Alternative Energy

  1. Backwoods Solar is an off-grid alternative energy specialist.
  2. The Solar Harvest Organization, solar power information in Montana, alternative energy source, sustainable living.

Solar Pv

  1. Solar receiver systems. (Web site)
  2. The students also promote solar cooking on campus. (Web site)
  3. The Sun has the most violent weather in the solar system.
  4. Last year, sales of solar PV systems jumped 44%.
  5. Solar PV is the direct conversion of sunlight to electricity.

Solar Energy

  1. Green power is electricity generated from renewable, high-efficiency, or low-pollution energy sources, such as wind or solar energy.
  2. This has led to a very high demand for alternative sources of energy which are renewable such as wind and solar energy. (Web site)
  3. An array of solar panels converts solar energy into a usable amount of direct current (DC) electricity. (Web site)
  4. Solar energy comes from the sun.
  5. Solar Today - an ASES bi-monthly magazine on solar energy.


  1. Flares of any given size are some 50 times more frequent at solar maximum than at minimum. (Web site)


  1. Solar maximum and solar minimum refer respectively to epochs of maximum and minimum sunspot counts. (Web site)
  2. The point of highest sunspot activity during this cycle is known as Solar Maximum, and the point of lowest activity is Solar Minimum. (Web site)
  3. Large coronal mass ejections occur on average a few times a day at solar maximum, down to one every few days at solar minimum. (Web site)

Planetary Systems

  1. Among its defects, some astronomers say, the newer definition abandons any pretense of being applicable to planetary systems beyond our own solar system.
  2. Planetary science, also known as planetology or planetary astronomy, is the science of planets, or planetary systems, and the solar system.
  3. The journal covers solar physics, planetary systems, stellar, galactic and extra-galactic astronomy and astrophysics, as well as cosmology. (Web site)


  1. The planets, asteroids and comets in the Solar System are loose particles left over from the formation of the Sun. (Web site)
  2. Solar activity is thought to have played a large role in the formation and evolution of the Solar System. (Web site)
  3. It is not only important to study the evolution of the solar nebula, but also the formation of the planets. (Web site)

Small Solar System Bodies

  1. All other asteroids are now classified as small solar system bodies along with comets, centaurs, and the smaller TNOs. (Web site)
  2. Dynamically and physically, objects orbiting the Sun are officially classed into three categories: planets, dwarf planets and small Solar System bodies.
  3. The remainder of the objects in orbit around the Sun are small Solar System bodies.


  1. Apart from the planets, the Solar System also contains at least five dwarf planets[ 4] and hundreds of thousands of small solar system bodies.
  2. A supermassive black hole is the largest type of black hole in a galaxy, on the order of hundreds of thousands to billions of solar masses.
  3. Hundreds of thousands of asteroids have been discovered within the solar system and the present rate of discovery is about 5000 per month.

Solar Radiation

  1. Atmospheric soot aerosols directly absorb solar radiation, which heats the atmosphere and cools the surface. (Web site)
  2. As the Earth orbits the Sun over the course of a year, the planet is exposed to patterns of solar radiation that mark the seasons. (Web site)
  3. When the orbit is at its most elliptical, the amount of solar radiation at perihelion is about 23% greater than at aphelion. (Web site)


  1. On Earth, sunlight is filtered through the Earth's atmosphere, and solar radiation is obvious as daylight when the Sun is above the horizon.
  2. Examples include the gravitational effects of the sun and the moon, the elliptical shape of the Earth and solar radiation pressure. (Web site)
  3. The physical environment includes light and heat or solar radiation, moisture, wind, oxygen, carbon dioxide, nutrients in soil, water, and atmosphere.


  1. Renewable energy resources include: biomass, hydro, geothermal, solar and wind. (Web site)
  2. Government policy emphasizes conservation and the development of renewable energy sources, such as solar, wind, biomass, hydro, and geothermal.
  3. Examples include methanol, denatured ethanol, natural gas, hydrogen, electricity from solar, hydro, or wind energy. (Web site)


  1. Hydrogen could be considered a way to store energy produced from renewable resources such as solar, wind, biomass, hydro, and geothermal.
  2. Different alternative sources of energy include alcohols, hydrogen, nuclear, hydroelectric, solar, wind, and geothermal. (Web site)
  3. Power & Industrial Systems Performance Group of Hyosung is a leading renewable energy solution provider such as solar, wind, hydrogen and fuel cells.

Solar Sail

  1. All you need is a very powerful laser on Earth or somewhere in the solar system, kept shining at the solar sail (which must be quite big). (Web site)
  2. The plate could then be propelled outward using the same energy source, thus maintaining its position so as to focus the energy on the solar sail. (Web site)
  3. The best sort of missions for a solar sail involves a dive near the sun, where the light is intense, and sail efficiencies are high. (Web site)


  1. Theoretically an active geosynchronous orbit can be maintained if forces other than gravity are also used to maintain the orbit, such as a solar sail.
  2. The Sun does move slightly because, in the solar system, only the overall center of mass (aka "center of gravity" or c.g.) is at rest. (Web site)
  3. In the solar system, at this very moment, Earth is moving under the combined influence of these two effects: the competition between gravity and inertia. (Web site)


  1. For a star of 1 solar mass, the resulting white dwarf is of about 0.6 solar mass, compressed into approximately the volume of the Earth. (Web site)
  2. The solar mass is 333,000 times the mass of the Earth.
  3. The stars with a mass more than 1.44 times the solar mass go through supernova explosions and end their lives as neutron stars or black holes.


  1. Solar and reactor neutrinos have enough energy to create electrons.
  2. Solar wind A flow of charged particles (mainly protons and electrons) streaming from the Sun's outermost layer, the corona, into interplanetary space. (Web site)
  3. The stream of ionized particles and electrons emanating from the Sun, known as solar wind, distorts Earth's magnetic field. (Web site)

Sunspot Cycle

  1. Solar activity A general term for those processes and changes on the Sun that rise and fall with the sunspot cycle, e.g. (Web site)
  2. The finding strongly suggests that solar radiation varies with the sunspot cycle and that the solar constant is not that constant after all.
  3. Furthermore, there is satellite evidence of a (slight!) cyclic variation of the solar constant with the sunspot cycle.


  1. Scientists have found the spectral imprints of water vapor in starlight filtered through the atmosphere of a giant gas planet outside our solar system.
  2. By the end of the 19th century a small community of scientists was pursuing questions surrounding the possibility of solar variability and climate change. (Web site)
  3. The Union of Concerned Scientists was upset by 60 Minutes ' downplaying of alternative energy technologies such as wind and solar. (Web site)


  1. The lunar nodes regress (move westward along the ecliptic) due to perturbations from the other bodies in the solar system, e.g., the sun and planets. (Web site)
  2. These orbits are not confined close to the ecliptic but can follow paths that occur anywhere in the "sphere" of the Solar System with the Sun at its center.
  3. The snake represents the ecliptic, hence the path the Sun travels both in a solar year and a Platonic Year as well. (Web site)


  1. The equator is not in the same plane as the orbits of Earth and other objects in the solar system, as shown in the illustration below. (Web site)
  2. The Zodiac is a family of constellations that lie along the ecliptic (the plane in which most of our Solar System lies).
  3. But for the further discoveries of Hipparchus on the solar and lunar motions, plane, as well as spherical, trigonometry was needed.


  1. The Sun is the star at the center of our solar system, around which the Earth and other planets revolve, and which provides us with heat and light.
  2. The star has 1.5 times the mass of the Sun, and hosts a planetary system that resembles a scaled-up model of our own Solar System. (Web site)
  3. Future collision of the Milky Way with Andromeda The Andromeda Galaxy is approaching the Sun Sun The Sun is the star at the center of the Solar System. (Web site)


  1. Ptolemy's model for the solar system was A) Earth-centered, with the Sun, the Moon, and the planets moving in ellipses in the sky. (Web site)
  2. You have bought that telescope and perhaps even tried to image the planets, but now you want to shoot Deep Sky, beyond the Solar System. (Web site)
  3. The strip of sky which is particularly relevant for astrology is the ecliptic within which the planets of our solar system move. (Web site)


  1. Yohkoh - The Yohkoh (originally Solar A) spacecraft observed the Sun with a variety of instruments from its launch in 1991 until its failure in 2001. (Web site)
  2. Less than 10 minutes after launch their spacecraft reached orbit, and its antennas and solar arrays were deployed shortly afterward. (Web site)
  3. Geomagnetic storms due to increased solar activity can potentially blind sensors aboard spacecraft, or interfere with on-board electronics. (Web site)


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