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Designing indoor solar products 2 editions

Cover of: Designing indoor solar products | Julian F. Randall
About the Book

Photovoltaic technology - or the direct conversion of light into electricity - is the fastest growing means of electricity generation today, however it is generally used outdoors. Relatively little attention has been focused on the many obstacles to overcome when designing efficient indoor products. As a result, indoor products are more often than not limited to low power. Designing Indoor Solar Products bridges this gap by showing where AES (Ambient Energy Systems) based on photovoltaic cells may be used for higher power devices. Motivated by both financial and ecological arguments, this book: Co-ordinates a wide-reaching range of scientific information regarding photovoltaic technologies and their application to indoor spaces. Analyses power management, power availability, technological selection and design methodologies. Uses real-life examples and case studies to demonstrate the arguments made. ...

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2 editions First published in 2005

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Cover of: Designing Indoor Solar Products
2006, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Designing Indoor Solar Products
Electronic resource in English
Cover of: Designing indoor solar products
2005, J. Wiley
Designing indoor solar products
in English

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