Posts tagged: solar thermal

Thanks for Attending the Basics of Solar Thermal @ RCCC

Registration information for “The Basics of Solar Electric Generation” and the promised copy of the presentation from today’s Solar Thermal class at RCCC! Thanks to those who attended.

Catawba Sustainable Communities Talk

Talk given to Dr. Wear’s Sustainable Communities class on November, 11, 2013

New 2013 Energy Series Classes in April

Registration form for Solar Electric Basics class. To register for the April 26th, Solar Electric Generation Class visit: http://www.rccc.edu/enrichment/events/event/basics-of-solar-electric-generation-2/

Solar Electric Generation Talk at RARS Tonight

I am presenting at the Rowan Amateur Radio Society club meeting tonight at the Rufty-Holmes Center here in Salisbury, NC.  

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Photos from the Solar Class at the Simple Living Festival on May 5, 2012

We had a really good turn out for the Solar Class at Dan Nicholas Park on May 5, 2012! About 50 people came to the solar class and many stayed after to talk about our solar charged Nissan LEAF(s).  Several folks visited our home later to see solar PV and solar thermal in action. Here […]

Speaking at Dan Nicholas Park Simple Living Festival (Earth Day)

I am giving a presentation on Saturday, May 5th at Dan Nicholas Park from 11AM until Noon on the Ins and Outs of Solar Energy! Stop in and say hi if you have time. We’ll be in the Nature Auditorium.  Admission is free.

Thanks for Studying Solar Thermal @ RCCC Today !

Thank you to everyone who attended “The Basics of Solar Thermal” class today at RCCC !Don’t forget the Solar Electric Generation Class next Friday, April 20th from 2-4 PM.See the previous posts (below) for more information.Walk-in(s) on April 20th are permitted, but please register to ensure the class gets run! The link for class content […]

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Thanks for “Going Green” at RCCC Today!

It was really neat to see three all-electric cars at Rowan-Cabarrus Community College today for the “Bright Ideas for Going Green” class!  And don’t forget, we have a solar thermal and solar electric generation class in April — see the previous posts here. We had some really good students in the class, including a CEO […]

Items Mentioned in Going Green Seminar

Description with link (click to view) Est Cost Kill A Watt Electricity Usage Monitor $ 19.99 TED 5000G Energy Monitoring System $ 199.95 FLIR i7 Thermal Imaging Camera $ 1,995.00 BIOMASS 100,000 BTU Forced-Air Furnace $ 4,000.00 approx Reflectix 48-Inch-by-50ft foil/bubble/foil Radiant Barrier $ 97.99 TekFoil 48 inch wide kraft/reflective foil Perforated Radiant Barrier 250 […]