Posted by R. MAK. on December 3, 2011 · Comments Off
Roof ponds are gaining popularity as the house warming as well as cooling devices. They use solar energy to warm the house through the process of convection. The best feature of solar roof ponds is that they are extremely cost efficient.
Posted by R. MAK. on March 20, 2011 · Comments Off
Roof solar kits contain solar panels which are placed on the roof. They are easy to install and it doesn’t take much efforts either. With a careful measurement and right placement the panels can be optimized to provide maximum output.
The popularity of solar energy is increasing at a faster rate due to the fact that it is sustainable, requires little maintenance once installed, and requires no additional investment once the unit is installed.
while planning to install solar powered energy system at home, one need to consider the direction of the house, amount of sunshine that remains available at the location of house, the need energy and the overall atmosphere of the area. considering all these points it is expected that one would be capable of utilizing the sun energy in most productive and effecient way.
Posted by R. MAK. on March 15, 2010 · Comments Off
In my previous posts, I gave an overview about the composition of a solar cell, what it is made of and how it is used to transform sunlight into electric energy. In this article, I will illustrate the inside anatomy of a cell and how it really works.
Posted by R. MAK. on February 10, 2010 · Comments Off
the only way to cope with rising energy prices and deteriorating environment conditions is to switch on to the natural energy sources like installing the solar power panels at home. this way one would not only save a lot in terms of electricity bills, but also be helping in fifhting against climate change.
Posted by R. MAK. on February 9, 2010 · Comments Off
Bernie Sanders of Vermont introduced an exciting new bill to Congress last week. The bill defines a plan to install 10 million solar roofs and 200,000 solar water heaters over the next 10 years through tax rebates and incentives. According to the bill, the installations would equal 30 GW of clean energy or the equivalent of 30 nuclear power plants.