Some of the positive features of the solar systems are:
Owners of solar systems do not wait for political decisions or global change, they just act.
Solar system is easily recognized sign of high responsibility, environmental awareness and commitment.
Owners of solar collectors are happy with every sun beam and have bigger environmental knowledge.
They enjoy bathing and washing using water heated by the sun - especially in the…
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The discovery of new materials for making cheap and efficient solar cells is the Holy Grail for solar panels industry.
Some recent findings represent a significant step towards achieving that goal.…Continue
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A brand new passive solar house completes the first piece of a long held dream for homeowner Jason Peacock. A builder and LEED Accredited Professional, B.A. Jason also works at Maine Green Building Supply where he has honed his sustainable knowledge. Passionate about green, when Jason bought 36 acres of land just outside of Wiscasset, Maine he had a very specific vision in mind.…Continue
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With the modern innovations made possible through technological breakthroughs, now occurring almost daily, many are becoming increasingly concerned with the negative impact these modern conveniences have on our environment. Never has there been a higher demand for individuals who have gone through solar panels sales training and possess NABCEP Certification.
Most people, when posed with the question of how they can make a positive difference on the environment, are sure to mention…
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A strong commitment to the development of alternative energy has been made by President Barack Obama. In a recent radio address, the President called for a strategy "that relies less on foreign oil and more on American-made energy". These renewable energy sources, which include solar and wind power, will not only help wean the U.S. from fossil fuels, but create thousands of new American jobs. Solar training of these workers will be an important part in expanding alternative energy…Continue
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Does Solar Power Have Disadvantages? How Can Anyone Say This About Renewable Energy?
Posted by Tom Delconte on www.homeenergypros.lbl.gov
Comments by Don Ames, www.detectenergy.com
Tom posted the 5 "disadvantages" listed below. I did not agree with the list so I thought I would post them as Tom did and then add my comments below each one. Be sure and join the discussion by posting…Continue
It's intermittent. Solar energy is only available when the sun is shining.
It's low efficiency. It requires large areas of land.
It's not completely free of environmental impact. Ultrapure polysilicon is now scarce.
It's high cost.
You must climb your roof to wash it off. Just ask Ed Begley, Jr.!
You woke up this morning full of vim and vigor, ready to tackle the world of home energy efficiency. Of course, your first dreamy thoughts were: is this major solar flare going to knockout electricity in the midwest power grid, and then, if Fermilab has found proof of the Higgs Boson, will I be able to fully explain the phenomena of convection and chimney effect to people? After your morning coffee, the reality check sets…Continue
by Don Ames, www.detectenergy.com
Sitting in a meeting the other day, I was listening to a discussion on where to put half-a-million dollars worth of solar power panels. The discussion considered placing panels on roofs, on picnic shelters, and carports - it's not easy trying to find a place for a bunch of solar panels. After all, there are things to keep…Continue
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This post originally appeared on Mapawatt Blog and is a great comparison of residential solar vs. wind.
If you're a homeowner interested in creating your own clean energy, chances are you are considering installing a solar pv array or a wind turbine. Which is…Continue
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A 448-kilowatt commercial solar system was powered up last Tuesday at the San Bernardino Corporate Center near Mill Street and Toppecanoe Avenue. The project came out of a partnership of the Novato-based SPG Solar Inc., the nonprofit for Sustainable Communities Reinvestment Partnership, known as SCRIP Inc, and the Inland Valley Development Agency (IVDA), the regional joint powers authority overseeing redevelopment in and around the former Norton Air Force Base.
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