Published on : Dec 16, 2016
ALBANY, NY, Dec 16, 2016: The harnessing of solar energy for various purposes has long since been a key factor for the energy industry. Utilizing solar energy to create thermal and electrical energy have so have had great success, but still need a lot of research and development to maximize the area of land required to generate a sufficient volume of energy. The United States Energy Information Administration classifies solar thermal collectors under the three general types of low, medium, and high temperature collectors.
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