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WORK
SOLAR ENERGY REACHING
APPLIANCES
PETROLEUM
POLLUTION
ALGAE
CARBON DIOXIDE
ATMOSPHERE
COOLING
GREEN SOLAR ENERGY
NET METERING
ALTERNATIVE ENERGY RESOURCE
PHYSIOLOGICAL PHENOMENON
ELECTRONS LOOSE
CHEMOTROPH DESIGNATION
CERTAIN RESEARCH
SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC
THERMAL ENERGY
ALTERNATE ENERGY SOLUTIONS
AVERAGE SOLAR ENERGY REACHING
ELECTROMAGNETIC ENERGY
ACTIVE SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEMS
STORE SOLAR ENERGY
SOLAR ENERGY POTENTIAL
SOLAR CELL
SOLAR ENERGY SOLUTION
SOLAR ENERGY SOLUTIONS
SOLAR ENERGY CELLS
FUEL CELLS
ELECTRICAL POWER
ASES
SOLAR WATER HEATING
SOLAR ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
BIOFUELS
WIND POWER
SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM
SOLAR ENERGY INDUSTRY
WIND ENERGY
WAY
AFFORDABLE
COOKING
PRODUCTS
GERMANY
BELGIUM
PART
GRAVITY
Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Solar energy is the cleanest and most inexhaustible of all known energy sources.
  2. Solar energy is a green energy source because it is a renewable and it does not cause any harm to the environment.
  3. Solar energy is a renewable free source of energy which is sustainable as it is not inexhaustible, unlike fossil fuels which are finite.
  4. Solar energy is a renewable resource and of the oldest method of energy consumption that is available at present.
  5. Solar energy is the source of all energy on the earth (excepting volcanic geothermal). (Web site)

Work

  1. As the first step, decided to offer fellowships to research students to work at our premier research Centres and train them in solar energy technologies. (Web site)

Solar Energy Reaching

  1. The intensity of solar energy reaching the earth's surface depends on several factors namely: day of the year, time of day, and collection point.
  2. About 30 percent of the solar energy reaching the outer atmosphere is reflected back to space. (Web site)

Appliances

  1. You can now find a considerable selection of products, appliances, gizmos and gadgets operated by solar energy. (Web site)
  2. Another difficulty is converting solar energy, solar panels generate direct current (DC) and this has to be converted to AC current to run appliances, etc. (Web site)

Petroleum

  1. In fact, in the early 2000s, BP, formerly British Petroleum, rebranded itself as Beyond Petroleum and starting working on solar energy and biofuels. (Web site)

Pollution

  1. The good news is, solar energy is clean, not pollution except for the manufacture of the panels and for the moment, sunshine is still free. (Web site)

Algae

  1. Photosynthetic organisms (algae, plants, and cyanobacteria) transform solar energy into carbohydrates.
  2. For example, an experimental process uses algae to convert solar energy into gas that could be used for fuel. (Web site)

Carbon Dioxide

  1. Like carbon dioxide, water vapor can absorb heat given off by Earth as well as some solar energy. (Web site)

Atmosphere

  1. As the presence of infrared absorbers rises in the atmosphere, the more solar energy is retained at heat in the atmosphere and on the surface of the Earth. (Web site)
  2. Most solar energy is absorbed at the surface, while most heat is radiated back to space by the atmosphere. (Web site)
  3. On average, 340 watts per square meter of solar energy arrives at the top of the atmosphere. (Web site)

Cooling

  1. This increase in low-cloud amount reflects more solar energy to space, cooling the planet. (Web site)

Green Solar Energy

  1. You must understand the way to harness solar energy in order to rightly understand the benefits of green solar energy.

Net Metering

  1. In a majority of states, solar energy can also be sold back to utilities per a model identified as net metering.

Alternative Energy Resource

  1. Another alternative energy resource is the one that is most well known: solar energy.

Physiological Phenomenon

  1. Photosynthesis is a physiological phenomenon that converts solar energy into photochemical energy.

Electrons Loose

  1. The solar energy knocks electrons loose from their atoms, allowing the electrons to flow through the material to produce electricity. (Web site)
  2. When sunlight shines on the semiconductor material, the solar energy knocks electrons loose from their atoms. (Web site)

Chemotroph Designation

  1. The chemotroph designation is in contrast to phototrophs which utilize solar energy.

Certain Research

  1. AEI's primary emphasis has been placed on wind energy, though certain research and education are also on solar energy.

Solar Photovoltaic

  1. Having solar energy in a home, generally means setting up a solar photovoltaic or a solar thermal system on the roof.

Thermal Energy

  1. Passive Solar: A system in which solar energy alone is used for the transfer of thermal energy. (Web site)

Alternate Energy Solutions

  1. As a responsible world citizen, start looking for alternate energy solutions like solar energy and wind energy. (Web site)

Average Solar Energy Reaching

  1. Milankovitch (3, 4) proposed that eccentricity affected the climate through its effect on insolation: the average solar energy reaching the earth.

Electromagnetic Energy

  1. Although the Earth also receives electromagnetic energy from the other bodies in space, it's negligible, compared with solar energy [Table 1]. (Web site)

Active Solar Energy Systems

  1. Active solar energy systems usually involve some type of solar panels.

Store Solar Energy

  1. Also, unlike many technologies that tap the sun, Sopogy has designed its system so it can store solar energy, the company says.
  2. Thermal mass systems can store solar energy in the form of heat at domestically useful temperatures for daily or seasonal durations. (Web site)

Solar Energy Potential

  1. A method of evaluating a site for solar energy potential is disclosed. (Web site)

Solar Cell

  1. Whereas a solar cell can generate electricity from any light source, its intended use is the collection of solar energy from the sun.

Solar Energy Solution

  1. The solar energy solution is gaining popularity amongst the alternate energy solutions.

Solar Energy Solutions

  1. Solar energy solutions: The sun’s energy is the most abundant energy available on earth.

Solar Energy Cells

  1. The technology aims to cut the cost of solar energy cells by reducing silicon usage by up to 90 per cent. (Web site)
  2. Silicon nanoparticles are also being used in new forms of solar energy cells. (Web site)

Fuel Cells

  1. That includes hydroelectric power and wind energy, solar energy, and fuel cells. (Web site)

Electrical Power

  1. No previous U.S. manned spacecraft had used solar energy to generate all the electrical power needed for operation of its systems. (Web site)

Ases

  1. ASES has regional chapters throughout the country and is the United States Section of the International Solar Energy Society. (Web site)

Solar Water Heating

  1. Solar water heating or solar hot water is water heated by the use of solar energy.
  2. Solar water heating or a solar hot water system is water heated by the use of solar energy.
  3. Solar space heating, solar water heating and solar pool heating, are some of the best applications that solar energy be put to.

Solar Energy Technology

  1. Solar thermal applications are the most widely used category of solar energy technology.
  2. Find the answers to typical questions about solar energy technology and systems.
  3. In the 1990s, the United States led the world in the development of solar energy technology. (Web site)

Biofuels

  1. Biofuels from plant materials convert energy that was originally captured from solar energy via photosynthesis. (Web site)

Wind Power

  1. Outlook Although wind power is more economical and has been more widely adopted than solar energy, solar power is the most flexible in scale and application. (Web site)
  2. Examples include solar energy, hydroelectric power, and wind power.

Solar Energy System

  1. We offer solar estimators to help calculate the cost to install a solar energy system and run financial analysis. (Web site)
  2. Before investing in any solar energy system, it is more cost effective to invest in making your home more energy efficient. (Web site)

Solar Energy Industry

  1. The solar energy industry is aimed at promoting the use of solar energy for applications demanding thermal energy, i.e.
  2. I went home later and looked into the solar energy industry. (Web site)

Wind Energy

  1. For example, regions rich in solar energy will be able to buy electricity at night, when the sun is not shining, from regions rich in wind energy. (Web site)
  2. Though wind and solar rays are indeed free, wind energy and solar energy are costly, compared with the costs of conventional power generation. (Web site)
  3. Renewable energy technology focuses on energy that is replaced as it is being used, such as solar energy and wind energy.

Way

  1. Solar energy passes through this region on its way out from the center of the Sun. (Web site)
  2. In fact, many are asking themselves if a home solar energy system is a way that they can save on electricity.

Affordable

  1. Strong basic research is fundamental to realizing the potential of solar energy and making it affordable for large-scale use. (Web site)
  2. Advocates have always insisted that solar energy is affordable for consumers. (Web site)

Cooking

  1. Majority of the parents present during this demonstration did not know that solar energy could be used for cooking and in a simple and affordable manner.

Products

  1. Solar Energy - Solar Power site is providing all the information and products you need to start your own solar power project. (Web site)

Germany

  1. The leading producers of solar energy in the world are Germany, Japan and the United States.
  2. In 2006 alone, Germany installed 100,000 solar energy collection systems.

Belgium

  1. Ammonia was used during World War II to power buses in Belgium, and in engine and solar energy applications prior to 1900. (Web site)

Part

  1. Georgia Power customers who prefer to get part of their electricity from solar energy got a boost today from the Public Service Commission.
  2. Dow Jones intends to finance the solar energy system in part through PSE&G's Solar Loan Program.
  3. A separate subsidy for solar thermal installations, which use solar energy to heat water, is to be launched in 2012 as part of the Green Deal.
  4. This part of the total energy generated by solar energy produces 99% of the total, and radiate outward convection and radiation methods.

Gravity

  1. The driving forces for the recycling of earth materials are geothermal heat, solar energy, and gravity.
  2. The most well-developed methodologies focus on wind energy, solar energy, and the energy of water flowing under the influence of gravity. (Web site)

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