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top of tank in early morning If Central Heating boiler heats up water – less opportunity for solar heating. Zone heated by solar energy 38 Solar Thermal Energy captured when combined with central heating Tank with small residual hot water at top of tank in /from DC to AC by use of inverters. Inverters are only 92 - 93% efficient 41 Building Integrated Renewable Electricity Generation - Solar In office buildings much use of electricity is for computers DC power packs are typically ~70% efficient Only 2/3rds /

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% or about 1,000 kWh per year or 700 lbs of CO2. –Replacing an old refrigerator and discarding a second one saves money and energy. –In SC Edison, 38% of electricity generated is already GHG free. –California Million Solar Roof Program with typical 3kWatt system, costs about $20,000, but prices may come down soon. $7,500 CA rebate followed by 30% Federal/

ENERGYPHYX 1020USU 1360 CHAPTER 4 RENEWABLE - SOLAR 2002 1 CHAPTER 4 RENEWABLE ENERGY I - SOLAR ENERGY What do we see related to solar energy? Light Electromagnetic.

of the air flow associated with the wind. ENERGYPHYX 1020USU 1360 CHAPTER 4 RENEWABLE - SOLAR 2002 23 Passive Solar Collection Practical systems Trombe Wall passive solar heating system Direct Collection Passive solar heating system ENERGYPHYX 1020USU 1360 CHAPTER 4 RENEWABLE - SOLAR 2002 24 Solar Boilers Solar thermal electric power generationSolar energy is used to generate the heat source for a heat engine to subsequently rotate an alternator –High temperatures are/


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in a battery and used to run a small appliance. Overview of Chapter 13 Direct Solar Energy Indirect Solar Energy Heating Buildings and Water Solar Thermal Electric Generation Photovoltaic Solar Cells Indirect Solar Energy Biomass Energy Wind Energy Hydropower Other Renewable Energy Sources Geothermal Energy Tidal Energy High and Low Technology Energy Solution Hydrogen and Fuel Cells Energy Efficiency Direct Solar Energy Varies with latitude, season, time of day, and cloud cover Areas at lower latitudes/

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absorb electromagnetic radiation over a portion of the spectrum 25 The semiconductors are carefully chosen to absorb nearly all of the solar spectrum, thus generating electricity from as much of the solar energy as possible GaAs based multijunction devices are the most efficient solar cells to date. In October 2010, triple junction metamorphic cell reached a record high of 42.3% This technology is currently/

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year would be sustainable (that amount would be pathetically small) Great amounts of solar energy strikes the earth each day, and recovery would satisfy human needs without depleting it Ethically, we should use only enough energy that we are neither better off nor worse off than some distant future generation The present value of money can be computed to evaluate the risk of a/

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Ron Pernick Revolution of Clean Tech  Six reasons why it is prevalent today  Costs  Capital  Competition  Consumers,  Climate  China 5 Key Industry Segments 1.Energy Generation  wind, solar, geothermal, etc. 2.Energy Storage  Fuel Cells, Advanced Batteries 3.Energy Infrastructure 4.Energy Efficiency 5.Transportation 6 Source: Cleantech Group Industry Segments 6.Water & Wastewater 7.Air & Environment 8.Materials 9.Manufacturing/Industrial 10.Agriculture 11.Recycling/

West Bengal Renewable Energy Development Agency (WBREDA) Department of Power & NES Government of West Bengal Scenario of Renewable Energy in West Bengal.

. Support for R&D and technology validation projects. Proposed Climate Action Plan of the State: 18 Generation need for emission reduction: Solar Power is the main renewable energy source of the state and without considering Solar Energy the total potential of the state is only 1250 MW. In order to reduce power sector emission by about 20% the state needs to produce 2,000 MW/


Net Metering work? Bosselman,Fred “Green Building” power point presentation, slide 27, “PV System with Net Metering” http://www1.eere.energy.gov/solar/net_metering.html http://www.eere.energy.gov/consumer/images/residential_grid_pv.gif The renewable energy system (ex. solar panel or wind turbine) generates direct current (DC), the same kind of electricity you get from a battery. An inverter changes the electricity to alternating current/

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#6: explain the advantages and disadvantages of hydroelectricity, solar energy, geothermal energy, wind energy, and hydrogen as energy resources. The Sun’s Energy Can Be Captured Directly Passive solar energy: can be used in homes, buildings, and ovens Active solar energy: capturing the energy of sunlight with the use of a pump or photovoltaic cell and generating hot water or electricity The Sun’s Energy Can Be Captured Directly Earth is bathed in/

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ignoring Alaska = 200, then the annual electrical energy generated = 200 x6hrs x 600x10^3=.72 x 10^9 Mwhrs/yr or about 2/3 of the coal generated electricity during daylight. * See text for definition Estimate For Solar Thermal to Replace Half of Coal Fired Energy Coal fired electricity generation is about 2x10^9 MWh/yr Average daily incident energy of 700 w/sq. meter x 20/

2014 Go SOLAR and Renewable Energy Fest Florida Photovoltaic Innovation Landscape: A Global and Local Perspective Fatima Toor, Ph.D. Research Analyst Lux.

PV Plants by 2020 Source: Lux Research Report, Dec 2013, “Turning up the heat on advanced concentrating solar power components” 2014 Go SOLAR and Renewable Energy Fest Florida 26 Solar Initiatives by Florida Light and Power DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center is among the largest PV solar installations in Florida and was completed in 2009 by SunPower Power plant consists of 90,000 SunPower/

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Relocation Application Archeological County Approvals –Special Exception –Future Land Use Map Amendment DeSoto Next Generation Solar Energy Center Permitting – Individual 14 Space Coast Next Generation Solar Energy Center Construction Site FPL recently broke ground on the Space Coast Solar Energy Center at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center 15 Space Coast Next Generation Solar Energy Center 10 MW Solar PV facility on 60 acres at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center Approximately 35,000/

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consumed and the process could continue indefinitely.. Si P B The Photovoltaic Effect 16 Solar is desired for Jobs and Economic Growth… Among today’s energy resources, PV is the most intensive job creator per MWH generated. Sources: Renewable Energy Policy Project, “The Work That Goes Into Renewable Energy”, and Mid-Atlantic Solar Energy Industries Association 17 Creation of a Diverse Market: A (partial) success story: The/

Gansu Natural Energy Research Institute UNIDO International Solar Energy Center for Technology Promotion & Transfer The Strategic Position of Solar and.

& biomass up to2020, Total PV installed capacity: 36GW, Accounting for 15% of the increasing volume of the generation capacity in the US. 6 Solar & Wind Energy as an Important Choice of Sustainable Development Gansu Natural Energy Research Institute UNIDO International Solar Energy Center for Technology Promotion & Transfer Solar & Wind Energy Latent with Enormous Economic Benefit Play increasingly important role in the national economy The global wind market value/

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SOLAR ENERGY By Daniel Chang, Allison Lee, Arcadia Peralta, Tamir Elsharif, and Samhitha Sunkara.

has the second highest number of installations with 17%. Globally and in the US, solar energy is mostly used for the conversion to electricity. Japan and Germany currently offer subsidies to solar energy companies to arouse their solar energy markets. This solar energy powers large electricity generation centers like Concentrated Solar Power Plant facilities. Other examples of solar energy current use outside of the US is for light, obviously, because all life/

Energy Chapter 13. WHAT IS NET ENERGY AND WHY IS IT IMPORTANT? Section 13-1.

air duct) Pump Heavy insulation Super- window Hot water tank Heat exchanger ACTIVE Heating a house with passive or active solar energy systems has advantages and disadvantages Solar thermal power Using solar energy to generate high-temperature heat and electricity has advantages and disadvantages Using solar cells has advantages and disadvantages Large-scale hydropower has advantages and disadvantages Wind power has advantages and disadvantages Solid biomass has/

Solar Energy: The Ultimate Renewable Resource. What is Solar Energy? Originates with the thermonuclear fusion reactions occurring in the sun. Represents.

devices are approaching theoretical limit efficiency of 33%. Achieve cost parity with fossil fuel energy generation after a payback period of 5–7 years. (3.5 yr in Europe) Single crystal silicon - 16-19% efficiency Multi-crystal silicon - 14-15% efficiency Silicon Cell Average Efficiency Solar Cells Background Second Generation – Thin Film Cells CdTe 4.7% & CIGS 0.5% of 2007 Production New materials/

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prominently (say, ‘wind’ or ‘solar energy’). Marketers should NOT make an unqualified “made with renewable energy” claim unless all, or virtually all, the significant manufacturing processes involved in making the product or package are powered with renewable energy or non-renewable energy, matched by RECs. Marketers who generate renewable energy – say, by using solar panels – but sell RECs for all the renewable energy they generate shouldn’t claim they “use/

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day, like when the sun shines on a window and heats the room. Solar energy can also be used indirectly to generate electricity in solar cells. Passive Solar Heating Passive solar heating is the use of sunlight to heat buildings directly. In the Northern Hemisphere, south facing windows receive the most solar energy. Therefore, passive solar buildings have large windows that face south. An average household could reduce its/

Lisbon, 17th March 2009 Portuguese Renewable Energy Sector.

sun hours but also when raining and during the night. Earth Life - Novas Tecnologias Para As Energias Renováveis, Lda. is a company created by Enervento – Energias Renováveis, offering solar panels with thin film technology of second generation. Renewable Energy Main Portuguese Companies GENERG produces about 2% of electricity consumed in Portugal and operates in the hydro, wind and/

Integration of Renewable Energy. Outline of this presentation Introduction Basics of Renewable Technologies Scenario of Renewable Energy generation in.

sellers are anonymous. Mock Exercise for RRF to start from 01-07- 11 3.2 Wind Farm/Solar Energy Generators, which are intra-State entities, shall furnish the details of Contracts along with contracted price to the concerned RPC and RLDC/ through the respective SLDC. Wind Farm/Solar Energy Generator, which are regional entities, shall furnish the details of Contracts along with contracted price through the respective RLDC to/

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for Solar Energy 2007 Henry Samueli School of Engineering Endowed Chair and Assistant Professor Position In Nuclear Waste Remediation New “Energy and Environment” Institute with 8 new positions Tri-alpha fusion research off campus Universal Carbon Emission Accounting I am proposing a universal accounting of our carbon emissions in terms of pounds or kilograms of CO2 or equivalent greenhouse gases being generated. In our energy/

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geothermal heat pumps for heating and cooling. We can concentrate sunlight to produce high-temperature heat and electricity Solar thermal systems use different methods to collect and concentrate solar energy in order to boil water and produce steam for generating electricity The net energy yield for solar thermal systems is only about 3%, which means that they need large government subsidies or tax breaks in order/

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can be combined with metal hydrides to absorb the gas and release it when needed Most hydrides are too heavy to use © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Solar energy to hydrogen Arrays of solar-trough or PV generating facilities would produce electricity In deserts of the southwestern U.S. The electrical power would produce hydrogen by electrolysis Hydrogen would be moved through underground pipes They/

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renewable. Once weve dug up all the Earths uranium and used it, there isnt any more. Solar power - energy from the Sun Weve used the Sun for drying clothes and food for thousands of years, but only recently have we been able to use it for generating power. The Sun is 150 million kilometres away, and amazingly powerful. Just the tiny fraction of/

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 Big hydropower dams -- pros electricity generation electricity generation water reservoir water reservoir flood control flood control creates recreational area creates recreational area Hydropower Hydropower  Big hydropower dams -- cons obstacle to fish migration obstacle to fish migration floods land floods land disrupts natural water cycle disrupts natural water cycle destroys recreational area destroys recreational area Solar Energy Solar Energy Wind Wind Hydropower Hydropower Biomass Biomass OTEC/

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Commonwealth What makes a good site  Orientation  Southerly exposure  Tilt  Ideal 36 degrees  No shading  Trees, rows Trackers 7 http://energy.ltgovernors.com/solar-energy-pv-systems-self-generation-make- your-own-power.html Creating A Greener Energy Future For the Commonwealth Shading of Solar PV Systems Shading can significantly reduce the output of a system An analysis should be performed for each project 8 Creating/

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trees, ethanol from corn, and biodiesel from vegetable oil. 5. Hydropower from hydro turbines at a dam 1-Solar energy Weve used the Sun for drying clothes and food for thousands of years, but only recently have we been able to use it for generating power. The Sun is 150 million kilometers away, and amazingly powerful. Just the tiny fraction of the Suns/

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where the heat is transferred to water that will be stored in a hot water tank Direct Solar Energy 3. Solar thermal electric generation a. Systems that collect incident sunlight and concentrate it, using mirrors or lenses, to heat / and improvements in design are needed before this technology can be widely implemented Indirect Solar Energy 2.Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) involves the generation of electricity by using the differences in temperature at various ocean depths (temperature gradients/

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largest power tower plant. In that plant, water was converted to steam in the receiver and used directly for conventional Rankine-cycle steam turbine to generate power. The Solar One thermal storage system works by storing heat in the form of steam generated using solar energy in a tank which is filled with rocks and sand and using oil as the heat-transfer fluid. The/

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solar heating  What is a photovoltaic cell?  Name 3 advantages and disadvantages of generating electricity by photovoltaic cells? 16-4 Advantages and Disadvantages of Producing Electricity from the Water Cycle  Concept 16-4 Water flowing over dams, tidal flows, and ocean waves can be used to generate electricity, but environmental concerns and limited availability of suitable sites may limit the use of these energy/

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less than 0.5% of the total energy used worldwide - It provides more power than solar and wind combined - But, much less than hydropower and biomass Commercially viable only in British Columbia In the right setting, geothermal power can be among the cheapest electricity to generate 17-77 Copyright © 2013 Pearson Canada Inc. Geothermal power has benefits and limitations Benefits: - Reduces emissions - It/

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to generate light, heat and electricity. Cannot be depleted Amount varies depending on latitude, cloud cover, time of day and season Two Types – Active – using technology to capture the sun’s energy often changing the form Examples: solar panels, solar water heating, concentrated solar plants – Passive - Using the sun’s energy to heat or cool without energy inputs, pumps or special technology Examples: windows and blinds, solar oven Solar Energy Solar/

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(752 ° F) Heat exchanger produces steam used to generate power Efficiency ~25 % 73 Concentrating Solar Thermal Photo: Schott Glass Solar Thermal Electric Facilities Figure 12.23: Solar Electric Generating System (SEGS), Kramer Junction, California, provides 165 MW from concentrating collectors shown here. Solar Thermal Electric Facilities Central Receivers (Power Towers) Use heliostats to track the sun and reflect energy onto a central receiver Unlike trough systems as/

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. Calculation of United States’ Sustainable Limiting Rate of Germanium Consumption: Source: Graedel, T.E. and Klee, R.J., 2002. Getting serious about sustainability, Env. Sci. & Tech. 36(4): 523-9 Solar PVs Prof. R. Shanthini Jan 26, 2013 Solar Energy - Solar power systems generate no air pollution during operation. - Environmental, health, and safety issues involve how they are manufactured, installed, and ultimately disposed of/

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Patriot News, 26 December, 2005, page B3. Alternative Energies (Solar Power) Solar electricity may also be produced by a technology called ‘solar thermal energy’ Scan the next three figures to see how this technology indirectly generates electricity by concentrating solar energy into heat 11/17/05 Wall Street Journal: 11/17/05 Solar Thermal Energy Construction of the world’s largest solar thermal energy facility, with a capacity to meet the electrical/

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. Nozik, A. Shabaev, and A.L. Efros “Highly Efficient Multiple Exciton Generation in Colloidal PbSe and PbS Quantum Dots” Nano Letters Vol. 5, No. 5 p. 865-871 (2005) Multiple Absorption Path Solar Cells Multiple Energy Level / Quantum Dot Solar Cells Quantum Dot Solar Cells An ordered array of QD allows a multiple energy level solar cell via formation of mini-bands (also called intermediate band or/

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