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Links: GeneraL
Links: GLobaL WarminG
GeneraL references
2.5.1 conservation
2.6.2 naturaL Gas
3.2.1 visibLe
3.2.2 bLackbody radiation
3.4.1 earth motion
3.4.2 sun Position
4.5.1 thermaL mass Patterns
cLimate data
heatinG and cooLinG deGree days
thermaL comfort
5.1.1 air QuaLity
5.1.2 air and vaPor barriers
5.1.3 Wind and veGetation
5.3.1 other GLazinGs
5.3.2 soLar heatinG
5.3.3 shadinG
5.4.1 direct Gain
5.4.2 indirect Gain
5.4.3 cooLinG
5.5.1 fLat-PLate coLLectors
5.5.2 domestic hot Water
5.5.3 sWimminG PooLs
Projects, technicaL information, and Photos
soLar hot Water
soLar air conditioninG
soLar dryinG
soLar cookers
6.6.3 estimation of enerGy Production
6.8.1 Grid connected
6.8.2 viLLaGe and hybrid PoWer
6.8.3 stand-aLone
more technicaL information
8.2.1 Location, orientation, shaPe
8.2.2 indoor sPace
8.2.3 WindoWs
8.2.4 direct Gain
8.2.5 thermaL mass
8.2.6 cLerestories and skyLiGhts
8.2.7 sunroom (soLar room), attached Greenhouse
8.2.8 Passive cooLinG
8.3.1 buiLdinG
8.3.2 Passive heatinG and cooLinG
8.3.3 soLar hot air system
8.3.4 soLar hot Water
8.3.5 dayLiGhtinG
8.3.6 eLectricaL Generation
8.3.7 Performance
8.7.1 straW baLe house
8.7.2 adobe and rammed earth
8.7.3 tire houses, earthshiPs
8.7.4 doubLe-enveLoPe house
8.7.5 Green buiLdinG
other resources
9.2.1 Wind shear
9.2.2 Wind maPs
10.3.1 municiPaL soLid Waste
10.3.3 bioGas
10.4.1 ethanoL
10.4.2 biodieseL
10.4.3 bioGas
10.4.4 microaLGae
11.4.1 sPrinGs, sPace heatinG, other
11.4.2 district heatinG
11.6.1 dry steam
11.6.2 fLash
11.6.3 binary PLants
11.6.4 combined heat and PoWer
reGionaL and nationaL GeothermaL resources
12.3.1 LarGe (≥30 mW)
12.3.3 microhydro (≤100 kW)
12.4.1 imPuLse turbines
12.4.2 reaction turbines
12.7.1 currents
12.7.2 Waves
12.7.3 ocean thermaL enerGy conversion
12.7.4 saLinity Gradient
13.5.1 Lead acid
13.5.2 Lithium ion
13.5.3 sodium suLfur
13.5.4 fLoW batteries
13.5.5 other
13.6.1 maGnetic systems
13.6.2 caPacitors
13.6.3 Phase chanGe materiaLs
14.2.1 avoided cost
14.3.2 utiLity concerns
14.6.1 united states
14.6.2 other countries
15.3.1 simPLe Payback
15.3.2 cost of enerGy
15.7.1 LandoWner considerations
15.8.1 Passive soLar
15.8.2 active soLar heat
15.8.3 PhotovoLtaics
15.8.4 concentratinG soLar PoWer
15.8.6 bioenerGy
15.8.7 GeothermaL systems
15.8.8 Water
15.8.9 viLLaGe PoWer
15.8.10 Wind dieseL
cost modeLinG
u.s. federaL budGet
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Introduction to Renewable Energy Energy and the Environment

Introduction to Renewable Energy Energy and the Environment

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