Solar Energy in the 80s covers the proceedings of the Conference on Solar Energy held in London. The book presents papers that discuss issues concerning the decision-making aspect of solar energy technology. The text outlines the technological options of various solar energy technologies, such as the system, equipment level of investment, sales policy, operational conditions service, legal and social aspects, and economic subsidies. The book will be of great interest to individuals who require a good overview of different technology that utilizes solar energy.
Introduction Past, Present and Future Developments in Solar Energy - A Personal View Energy From Biomass - Solar Energy Through Biology Solar Prospects for the UK and the EEC The Role of Solar Energy and Energy Conservation The Low Energy Adaptable Dwelling (Lead) Project Every Man's Solar Energy Considerations for Establishing the Durability of Solar Absorber Surface Coatings State Police Barracks at Bagnols-Sur-Ceze with Solar Hot Water and Solar Space Heating Systems An Overview of Work Carried out by Solar Energy Developments Establishing a Community of Solar Heated Homes Solar Architecture in Colorado on the Threshold of the 80's Solar Energy Applications in Greece Some Solar Energy Projects in India Solar Passive Houses in Ladakh (N. India) Solar Powered Systems: Short Review of Solar Powered Facilities and Components Developed by Dornier System Solar Power Generation by Solar Ponds Photovoltaic Conversion of Solar Energy in the 80's The Department of Energy's Solar Energy Research and Development Program US International Commercialization Programs for Solar Energy UNESCO's Solar Energy Activities in Developing Countries Power to the People Solar Energy Utilization and Its Implications for Trade Unions Index of Contributors
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- © Pergamon 1981
- 1st January 1981
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