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  • Guide to Solar Thermal Incentives in Washington DC (2012)

    This report from the District Department of the Environment, Washington DC’s local environmental agency, details how local citizens can use the city’s Renewable Energy Incentive Program (REIP) to receive incentives for using solar thermal systems. Further...

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  • CSU: Intro to Domestic Hot Water Systems Fact Sheet (2012)

    This fact sheet was created and published by Colorado State University. It provides information on how solar thermal water heating systems for domestic use operate and what the benefits of these systems are.

    Colorado is in a prime location for solar...

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  • Solar Thermal Installers and Technicians in California (2010)

    This is a California Occupational Guide produced and published by the The California Employment Development Department - Labor Market Information Division with a grant from the United States Department of Labor. It provides potential solar thermal installers and technicians on...

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  • Solar Water Heating – Natural Gas Assisted or Stand Alone Solar?" (2011)

    This presentation was created by Paul Outram of Sun Earth Inc. It provides background information on solar thermal water heating technology, and finishes by making the case for the necessity of hybrid natural gas – solar thermal water heating systems. The presentation is illustrated with...

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  • Basic Solar Theory and Application for Building Officials (2012)

    This presentation was created by William Lussier of Gateway Community College. It provides information on solar thermal theory, systems, and applications targeted at building officials; including a focus on solar thermal.

    The presentation begins with a section on roofing, roof mounting...

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  • Solar Thermal Air Conditioner: Method Of Operation (2010)

    This diagram was created by IceSolair. The diagram explains the methods and modes of how solar thermal air conditioning systems operate, it also looks at the various parts and technologies that allow the system to work, and it shows how the system works in reverse for heating...

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  • Solar Power for Tomorrow's World (2011)

    This presentation was created by Ken May of Abengoa Solar, and was published by the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE). It explains the potential of solar thermal hot water heating to displace conventional electric use and create long term utility savings.

    According...

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  • The Value of Concentrating Solar Power and Thermal Energy Storage (2010)

    This is a technical paper written by the National Renewable Laboratory, a division of the US Department of Energy. The report looks at the value added by thermal energy storage to concentrating solar power in the southwestern United States. The analysis by the authors shows...

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