In light of the sun latent heat trapping enough that we use to heat our homes after sunset, we must apply the principle of the magnifying glass need something to find the heat of the sun and concentrate it in a particular area. That something is a solar collector, as a magnifier. Screenshots sunlight falling on it and allows light to pass through the area and beyond. Articles in space beyond the solar absorb solar heat and capture. The portion of solar only one way to retain heat and can not return to its source. An example of solar is made of glass that allows the passage of sun rays through the glass and the container beyond. Sunlight that compose the path of the sun in a straight line so that once they are in the solar collector, which are not able to overturn. Thus, the solar thermal energy efficiently traps present in the sunlight and the area under the glass is hot or warm. The articles in the area under the glass absorbs the heat and to prevent leakage again. Thus, the area under the glass is heated by solar energy and remain hot for a long time because the heat gets trapped there.
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Greenhouses do Use of this great natural solar collector, ie to d. glass. The glass walls trap heat in the sun and the greenhouse remains warm long after sunset the sun or when the sun does not reach the greenhouse effect due to the disturbing atmosphere. Thus, the hot temperature inside the greenhouse is maintained even in cold weather.
There are many factors that go into the cost of solar energy. The average solar installation costs about $9 to $10, so a typical 3kW system would run you $27,000 to $30,000 before rebates and incentives are factored in. When you call a solar energy installation company for an estimate, they will gauge your household energy consumption habits, the available space where solar energy panels would be feasible and the size of the system you would need.
Don’t forget solar energy incentives!
Federally, you may qualify to get 30 percent off your solar energy expenses. This rebate will come in the form of cash coming back to you at tax time. Additionally, you can look up local and state rebates on the Solar Energy Rebates.