Applications of Solar Energy in Non-Electric Systems

Duration: 2 hours

Solar energy is electromagnetic radiation released by thermonuclear reactions occurring deep in the sun. The amount of solar energy received by the earth is very large and is responsible for the environmental features such as temperature, wind, rainfall, and more. In this course, you will learn about harvesting solar energy and study simple applications of solar energy in non-electric systems, such as in greenhouses and in hot water systems.


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