Solar thermal, solar hot water, solar hot air, solar heating, solar cooling
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Carbon Monoxide: What We Do Not Know Can Hurt Us’ and ‘Green, Healthy & Profitable Buildings and Homes’
In his free ‘Carbon Monoxide: What We Do Not Know Can Hurt Us’ lecture, Andy Wahl discusses the physical effects of carbon monoxide poisoning at both low and high levels, […]
This is a fun 40-minute lecture that provides historical context for where solar hot water – solar thermal – is today. Bob also shares some insights about which types of customers are the best fit for solar hot water, and some resources to learn more. Register for the free lecture here.
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On the Mastering Hydronic System Design Course discussion board with expert instructor John Siegenthaler…
Although closely spaced tees are great for hydraulic separation, a modern hydraulic separator provides air and dirt separation in addition to hydraulic separation.
When considering whether to use electric boilers for radiant hydronic heat or electric resistance radiant heating, it’s important to design the distribution system […]
On November 15th, Harvard Business School hosted a discussion on ways companies and other stakeholders can boost U.S. competitiveness. It took place at The Henry Ford in Detroit, and the case discussion was about the rise, fall, and rise of the Big Three U.S. automakers. The room was packed with auto industry insiders and other […]
A hybrid solar panel made in Detroit using automotive components, with investment from an EPC contractor in Florida. Interesting. Interesting enough that I spent two hours this week along with other members of the Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association touring the Power Panel manufacturing facility.
Power Panel was founded in 2007. Their PVT panel combines 125W […]