Solar Energy Outline
Solar Activity Outline: Abstract Recently, the solar activity technology bazaar has accomplished astounding growth. Due to growing accessible acquaintance of ecology issues, apple-pie activity analysis allotment has increased. This allotment access has created affecting abstruse improvements. Compared with acceptable energy, solar activity is assuming abounding arresting advantages. Despite its abstruse and bread-and-butter limitations in the present, it is accepted that solar activity will comedy an important role in the busline area in the future. Key words: Solar energy; Solar panels; Solar technology; Solar power; Solar activity policy.
Background Knowledge of Solar Activity 1. Status of Solar Activity Technology 1. 1 Potential of Solar Activity 1. 2 Photovoltaics 1. 3 Solar Thermal heating and cooling 2. Development of Solar Activity Technologies 2. 1 History of Solar Activity Technologies 2. 2 Barriers in Solar Activity Appliance 3. Life Cycle Analysis of Solar and Non-Solar Activity 3. 1 Comparison for Centralized Ability Generation Technologies 3. 2 Comparison for Distributed Ability Generation Technologies 3. 3 Comparison of the LCOEs for Distributed and Central Station Renewable Activity Technologies 4. Action acknowledging Solar Activity Development (Solar Thermal Heating and Electric) 4. European countries’ Action (Germany) 4. 2 United States 4. 3 Asian Developing Countries (China and India) 5. Carbon Finance Mechanisms and Solar Activity Development 5. 1 Apple-pie Development Mechanisms 5. 2 Barriers in the CDM 5. 3 Improvement of the CDM 6. Solar Activity Supply in Approaching 6. 1 Photovoltaics 6. 2 Solar Thermal Heating and Cooling 6. 3 Concentrating Solar Ability (CSP) 7. Conclusion 7. 1 Advantage from Solar Activity 7. 2 Confines and Prospects References John Byrne, World Solar Activity Review: Technology, markets and Polices, Environment and Activity Unit, Development Analysis Group, The World Bank
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