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Development of optimum solar irradiation energy model for Iran

by Inderscience Publishers  (Mar. 19, 2009)

In this article, an optimal model for calculating the total solar irradiation is represented for Iran. Eight irradiation models are analysed based on the meteorology information of 22 synoptic stations. Afterwards, accuracy of these methods is compared using standard error criteria. Hence, Daneshyar and Modified Daneshyar are introduced as the ...

Chinese Solar Energy Market Analysis to 2014

by ReportsnReports / SandlerResearch  (Nov. 6, 2014)

This  latest market research report titled Solar Energy in China 2014 states that the market is expected to witness rapid growth owing to favorable policy environment in the country. With the country facing a continuous shortfall in the supply of conventional sources required to meet the increasing demand for energy in recent years, the focus ...

How Does Solar Energy Transformed into Electricity?

by Greenshine New Energy LLC  (Jun. 23, 2014)

Many years ago, solar energy was never been the subject of all talks. Basically because the solar energy was never given that importance in people’s day to day life before. They just ignore and did not give attention on its importance. They fail to realize the importance of it. Now, as the period of modernized society where new technologies ...

Renewable Energy a Big Employer with Solar Energy Sector in the Lead

by Greenshine New Energy LLC  (May 19, 2014)

A new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (Irena) has shown that the workforce in the global renewable energy industry in 2013 grew by 14% to 6.5million. Such statistics show that the sector has become a force to reckon with when it comes to employment worldwide. This report however contradicts the situation in the UK with the ...

Transparent conductors for solar energy and energy efficiency: a broad-brush picture

by Inderscience Publishers  (Jun. 25, 2009)

Transparent conductors (TCs) have numerous and diverse applications for solar energy applications and for energy efficiency. The largest of these applications, in terms of area, are based on the fact that the TCs have low infrared emittance and can be used to improve the thermal properties of modern fenestration. Depending on whether the TCs are ...

Climbing the Solar Energy Ladder – New approach for energy-starved rural poor

by GLOBE Foundation  (May 12, 2015)

Access to electricity is crucial for sustainable economic development. Yet 1.3 billion people around the world live without basic access to electricity. Many of these people rely on unhealthy polluting kerosene lamps for nighttime lighting. Those with access to electricity in the developing world often rely on coal- or diesel-based grid power. ...

Solar desalination

by Inderscience Publishers  (Nov. 20, 2007)

This paper outlines the state of the art in solar desalination, especially atmospheric and vacuum distillation with or without condensation heat recovery, and focuses on the ongoing progress and the targets achievable.Keywords: atmospheric distillation, vacuum distillation, condensation heat recovery, solar desalination, solar energy, solar ...

Solar Detoxification

by Federal Remediation Technologies Roundtable  (Oct. 1, 1999)

Introduction: In this process, vacuum extraction is used to remove contaminants from soils. After condensation, contaminants are mixed with a semiconductor catalyst such (e.g., titanium dioxide), and fed through a reactor which is illuminated by sunlight. Ultraviolet light activates the catalyst, which results in the formation of reactive ...

Tips for Solarization

by Istanbul Sera Plastik  (Feb. 28, 2014)

1-      In order to make plain use of sun energy during the application of solarisation, the cover should be cleaned if there is any dust over it. 2-      The area of application that will be treated should be processed up to 30-40 cm depth at first, the surface of ground should be balanced and ...

From sand to power: an examination of the solar energy value chain in the Caribbean

by Inderscience Publishers  (Aug. 27, 2014)

The Caribbean region possesses some attributes which favour the development of the solar photovoltaic (PV) industry. Despite these advantages, the region has had limited success in the solar industry. There are currently challenges in the industry such as information asymmetry, high upfront installation cost, difficult in attaining financing for ...

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