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SOLAR ENERGY

 Curt Wolters, PhD
  4th-Sep-2008
Views: 2180
Domain: Energy
Category: Photovoltaics/Solar
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RAVEN ASSOCIATES, LLC: OCCASIONAL PAPERS SERIES SOLAR ENERGY
Curt Wolters, PhD Senior Member Economist February 14, 2008 1. Definition Solar energy is energy directly from the sun. The sun is our nearest star. Its energy drives the climate and weather and directly affects soil and water temperatures, which in turn affect wind and precipitation patterns. It is the key component of the four elements ... See more

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