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    Introduction Our group came up with a new and never before done idea: a heat insulation cream. This product will be called Heat Wave. Our target markets will consist of Millennials, Generation X, and Baby Boomers. Our promotional plans will focus on social media and door to door selling. The total price of our product will be ten dollars, yielding an approximate profit of four dollars. We aim to sell our product in drugstores and on our own website. Product Our Product, Heat Wave, is a heat…

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    Heavy Equipment Repair Plant Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited Varanasi ACKNOWLEDGEMENT At the outset, I thank the Lord Almighty for the grace, strength and hope to make my endeavour a success. I also express my gratitude to Mr. Ashawni Kumar Sr. Manager Maintenance and my Training Guide Mr. SUNIL TIWARI (Dy Manager production) for providing me with adequate facilities, ways and means by which I was able to complete this training. I express my sincere gratitude to him for…

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    Dear, Mr. Gary Peters, and Mrs. Debbie Stabenow: Mankind’s need for energy has been in place since the beginning of time. Over time, innovators have found different sources for energy. Around the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, oil, coal, and other fossil fuels integrated into everyday culture. People used every resource possible to fuel their businesses and homes with little thought towards the environment. Over the years, researchers discovered the dangers and limits of fossil…

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    Urban sprawl is an inattentive issue that continues to harm the future of the world, unless the problem is addressed. The concept of urban sprawl is the “uncontrolled spread of urban development into neighboring regions” (“Urban Sprawl”). Across the globe, there has been urban sprawl in major cities, without consideration of future consequences. As society focal point is on celebrities and fashion, the focus on the destruction of the environment is not being acknowledged. The sprawl leaves…

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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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    The sun creates solar energy when nuclear fusion reactions occur in the sun’s core; then the solar power has to be collected to convert it into different types of energy. Countries that use solar energy have two ways to get; one is by solar thermal Power Plants and it works is by using the sun’s radiation to heat fluid then transfer its heat to water to produce steam, then that steam is converted into mechanical energy that powers a generator to generate electricity. The second way to collect…

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    Applications of solar thermal and geothermal energies are integrated with the purpose of utilizing renewable resources in low-carbon, energy saving manners. Geothermal and solar thermal energies are both clean, renewable energies with a huge amount of resources that are viewed as sustainable sources of energy storage [4]. Solar thermal energy is recognized as one of the best long-term options for heating and cooling energy supply. It has benefits such as it always helps to reduce primary energy…

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    Solar energy is a radiant light and heat from the Sun harnessed using a range of ever-evolving technologies such as solar heating, solar thermal energy, etc .Solar energy is the best alternative energy resource for the Bronx because it 's is easily accessible. It also saves electricity, and it is a renewable source. However it may not be cost effective and cannot be used with weather other than sunny. Solar energy has multiple advantages, it also has disadvantages that can easily be fixed. One…

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    Adoption Of Solar Power

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    energy produced from the sun can be used to heat, air condition, and illuminate people’s homes and businesses (“2015 Learning”). One of the first people to see the potential in solar power was John Herschel, a British astronomer, who used a solar thermal collector box to heat his meals in Africa, in the 1830s (U.S. Energy Info. Adm.). Over a century later, in 1954, Bell Laboratories created the first solar cell, the genesis of everything powered by the solar energy. During the 1960s, the space…

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    make the system work happens at the central receivers or solar towers, located in fields. The towers have the similar mirror panels, called heliostats, that are found on the roofs of the houses. Their job is to receive and change the sunlight to thermal energy, which is powered by a generator (Union of Concerned Scientists 40). The last piece that completes the solar energy process requires a parabolic dish, which uses a saucer to collect the energy ( ) on top of buildings or houses.…

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