How Do Solar Panels Work? by Richard Hantula, Debra Voege
  

How Do Solar Panels Work?

Written by Richard Hantula, Debra Voege
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Part of the Science in the Real World Series

RRP £29.95

Synopsis

How Do Solar Panels Work? by Richard Hantula, Debra Voege

Among recent concerns about the use of nonrenewable fuels such as oil and coal, scientists have been trying to discover alternative ways of making energy and electricity available. Sunlight is a free, unlimited resource that hits the Earth with more energy in an hour than the people of the world use in a year. The colorful How Do Solar Panels Work? reveals how researchers are working on ways to harness the power of sunlight through solar panels and delves into the science behind these panels.

About the Author

Richard Hantula has written, edited, and translated books and articles on science and technology for more than three decades. He was the senior U.S. editor for the Macmillan Encyclopedia of Science.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Richard Hantula, Debra Voege
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Publisher

Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

1st September 2009

ISBN

9781604134728


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