Monday, July 27, 2009

How To

Initiative's proposal, How to:

1. Proyect Standard / No visible to the public
1.1. Standard Category 1: Ideal Zone for instalation
1.2. Standard Category 2: Solar panel systems

2. System Design/Visible to the public

2.1. Design Category 1: Integrated to the infraestructure

2.2. Design Category 2: Detailed systems

3. Residential Project
3.1. Size of the infraestructure
3.2. Ideal instalation zone
3.3. Ideal infraestructure zone
3.3.1. Panels

4. Commercial Project
4.1. Size of the infraestructure
4.2. Ideal instalation zone
4.3. Ideal infraestructure zone
4.3.1. Panels

5. Regional solar iradiation study
5.1. Irradiation data
5.2. Temperature data
5.3. Solar collector data
5.4. Total energy system data

6. Marketing Study
6.1. Bussiness that sell solar technologies
6.2. Bussiness that generate energy
6.3. Construction companies
6.4. Resident owners

7. Calculation of Costs

Saturday, July 25, 2009

Solar Technology Systems

My Thoughts on Solar System Technologies:
Global warming impact to our quality and cost of living is large and very catastrophic. Homeowners are well aware of the increasing energy costs to heat, cool and illuminate their homes.

The increasing costs of oil and other fossil fuels are daily headlines. The insatiable demand for energy to fuel world growth guarantees that the cost of these limited fuels will continue to increase.

Political/economic forces will determine the rate of increase for fossil fuels. In addition, the increasing cost of global warming using fossil fuels is slowly being recognized.The world is slowly beginning to understand the urgent need for renewable energy sources. However, each of these alternative energy sources brings major advantages and disadvantages.

An example is wind generated energy. Wind energy is available to the whole world and generates electricity competitively with fossil fuels. The technology is understood and easy to apply. But, there are big objections to a windmill in "my back yard".

Also, the number of birds and bats that will be crushed with wind power generation is not a warming thought. Wind generated electricity is a component of our energy solution and cost are currently comparable to fossil fuels generated electricity. However, because of the above concerns, we need other major solutions to meet our demand for energy sources.This search leads us to solar energy.

The amount of sun energy striking our world in one day is sufficient to supply our energy demands for a year. We will not run out of this source in the foreseeable future. The major barrier to harnessing solar energy has been cost and convenience. For example, drying clothes in a dryer is easier than hanging clothes on an outside line, thus convenience precluded efforts to find more energy efficiency.

We can convert solar energy to electricity but with a major capital cost. Greater acceptance and use of solar energy will lead to lower cost.

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Job Interview at a cafe

My friend Kevelin and I practiced our job interview at a cafe.