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    TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2 SOURCES OF SOLAR ENERGY 2 CONVERSION OF SOLAR ENERGY FOR USE 3 Harnessing the Sun's Energy 3 Converting the Rays 4 BENEFITS OF SOLAR ENERGY 4 Solar Energy Advantages 4 LIMITATIONS OF SOLAR ENERGY 5 It is intermittent. Solar energy is only available when the sun is shining. 5 It is low efficiency. It requires large areas of land. 6 It is expensive 7 IMPLEMENTATION AND USE OF SOLAR ENERGY IN KENYA 7 SOLAR MODULE PRODUCED IN KIBERA KENYA 8 Solar cooking 8 Solar electricity 9 Solar fridges 9 CONCLUSION 9 REFERENCES 11 SOLAR ENERGY INTRODUCTION Many pre-historic cultures used it to warm their dwellings, dry their clothes, and cure their food. The importance of solar energy was so great that most cultures revered…

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    Energy plays an important part in social and economic develop. As the oil price sharply increases, it stimulates the step of researching the renewable energy field. The advantages of using renewable energy reduce the dependence on fossil fuel resources and carbon emission to the atmosphere. The total incoming solar radiation is about 3.8 million EJ per year and it can satisfy the entire energy demand if utilise correctly [2]. The use of solar energy is usually identified in two contexts: passive…

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    Solar Energy In China

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    One of the main concerns surrounding solar energy is the endangerment of birds that pass over these solar farms. These birds, including threatened and endangered species, often mistake the reflective solar facilities for a body of water, a phenomenon known as the “lake effect.” Honing in on these water bodies, many birds have been fatally singed or crippled due to these desert solar power plants (Upton, 2014). These plants produce a solar flux that is the sum of the focused rays of light…

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    One of the alternative plan is replacing coal-fired energy to solar energy in the industrial factories, in order to reduce the carbon dioxide (CO2), sulfur dioxide (SO2) and the nitrogen oxides (NOx). As most of scientists mentioned, the CO2 is one of the major greenhouse gas that causes the global warming; SO2 and NOx have link to several respiratory illnesses. In order to decrease the temperature globally and the cases of respiratory illnesses, the reduction of CO2, SO2 and NOx are the goals…

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    People have been finding, and using sources of energy since the beginning of mankind. Whether it is fire to cook, use streams and rivers to ride a canoe, to help grind corn, or coal to power trains across the world, humans have always relied on the valuable riches that the earth produces to survive However, most of the energy that is currently being used is nonrenewable, which means that it will not replenish as quickly as it is being consumed. An example of a nonrenewable resource currently…

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    always will be, the Earth 's largest energy reservoir-it powers every living system, from plant photosynthesis to every node of the food web. Humans, like all other organisms, depend on sunlight" (6-10). Why not use the sun even more? Taking the sun 's energy to create a harmless, clean source of power is better than most of our current means of power. Solar power is already implemented in everyday things. For example, ever notice new street lights or new crosswalk traffic signs? Notice the…

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    Today, 80% of the energy people use come from fossil fuels and about 1% comes from solar energy. This can be seen as not being a very practical use of energy sources since nonrenewable resources are limited. Renewable sources can be replenished and have a much smaller chance of running out than nonrenewable sources. Solar energy is one of the least used energy sources that people have access to in the world; it is also one mother Earth is relying on to save the nonrenewable fuels, such as coal.…

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    government should expand the use of solar energy. Introduction: The United States has been debating using solar energy whether it is profitable or unprofitable. I. Solar energy protects from environmental pollution. A. Solar energy produces less amount of CO2. B. Solar energy does not need raw materials. II. Solar energy is a rational economic resource. A. The cost of solar energy is cheaper. B. Solar energy industries create jobs. III. Solar energy is efficient. A. Solar power is an…

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    Solar Energy Advantage

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    Solar Energy, the Superior Alternative Energy Fossil fuels are bad for our environment, and in an economy that is struggling, there is no point in pouring billions of dollars a year into an energy source that is killing our other resources. This kind of spending and reckless destruction of our environment will eventually have to stop. The question is, when burning burning fossil fuels ultimately ceases, where will we turn? There are many forms of alternative energy that are accessible to us…

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    The sun is the biggest producer of energy man has ever known. It is also just a normal sized star. Most of this energy is wasted however. On an average day the sun produces so much energy it would power everything we own for the rest of our lives. The solar rays produced from the sun are what can be used as an energy source (Locke, S.). Knowing this many people are harvesting this energy to produce power. This is why solar energy is becoming one of the most popular ways of producing energy.…

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