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  1. Climate change can be considered to be the greatest environmental challenge our world is facing today. Along with the need to ensure long-term assurance of energy supply, it imposes an obligation on all of us...

    Authors: V. Prema and K. Uma Rao
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:18
  2. A national subsidy program is one of the key elements for translating customer choice into a larger market share for renewable energies. Since solar water heaters (SWHs) are a cost-effective and mature technol...

    Authors: Keh-Chin Chang, Wei-Min Lin and Kung-Ming Chung
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:8
  3. Standard photovoltaic solar cells (PV cells) use only about half of the light spectrum provided by the sun. The infrared part is not utilized to produce electricity. Instead, the infrared light heats up the PV...

    Authors: Esam Elsarrag, Hans Pernau, Jana Heuer, Nibul Roshan, Yousef Alhorr and Kilian Bartholomé
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:16
  4. Dye-sensitized solar cell (DSSC) was fabricated using nanosize of the dye sensitizer (Alizarin Yellow, AY) that was prepared by ball milling. The particle size and the composition of nano-Alizarin Yellow (nAY...

    Authors: F. A. Taher, Galila M. El-sayed, N. M. Khattab and N. Almohamady
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:15
  5. Paramount two-parameter Weibull function has been extensively used to assess the wind energy potential. The performance contrast of four statistical methods, i.e., energy pattern factor method, least squares r...

    Authors: K. Shiva Prashanth Kumar and Satyanarayana Gaddada
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:14
  6. The current work was based on four selected underground water production wells (W25, W29, W34 and W47), out of 55 wells available in total, at Disi water project located south of Jordan to power underground wa...

    Authors: Mahmoud Hammad and Munzer S. Y. Ebaid
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:12
  7. Performance of nine commercial solar photovoltaic (PV) panels from different manufacturers with combination of different manufacturing materials and technologies are studied under the environmental conditions ...

    Authors: Suprava Chakraborty and Pradip Kumar Sadhu
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:11
  8. This paper describes a computer method to allow the design of small wind turbine blades for the multiple objectives of rapid starting, efficient power extraction, low noise, and minimal mass. For the sake of b...

    Authors: Matias Sessarego and David Wood
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:9
  9. Experiment was conducted on the fabricated biodigester of capacity 30 l. Slurry of cow manure in water was fed through the inlet until the digester is about 80% filled with slurry, and the slurry surface on bo...

    Authors: Jyothilakshmi Ramaswamy and Prakash Siddareddy Vemareddy
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:6
  10. The present paper deals with the organic loadings of grey water with its average and maximum flow rate on an hourly and daily basis generated from the residential colony of G.B. Pant University of Agriculture ...

    Authors: Anil Kumar Shankhwar, Sudipta Ramola, Tripti Mishra and Rajeev Kumar Srivastava
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:5
  11. Wind speed probability at a site has to be modeled for evaluating the energy generation potential of a wind farm. Analytical computation of wind turbine capacity factor at the planning stage of a wind farm is ...

    Authors: Bharat Kumar Saxena and Komaragiri Venkata Subba Rao
    Citation: Renewables: Wind, Water, and Solar 2015 2:3

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