nonsolar

nonsolar

(ˌnɒnˈsəʊlə)
adj
not related to the sun
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Tenders are invited for Hiring Of Service Contract From Registered Power Exchange/S Of India For Purchase Of Renewable Energy Certificate (Rec) Nonsolar For Bcpl
Measuring nonsolar tanning behavior: Indoor and sunless tanning.
In 2012, the IRS issued a letter ruling for a combined solar photovoltaic and battery system that concluded a taxpayer must reduce the ITC claimed on a storage device in cases in which the storage device is charged with solar and nonsolar energy (e.
The meter used gives students the opportunity to measure the intensity of radiation beyond the visible spectrum and further extension of the activity may include the measurement of the UV irradiance emitted by other nonsolar sources.
It's relatively easy in most climates to create a passive solar building that will use 30 percent to 70 percent less energy than a comparable nonsolar design," Judkoff says.
The RTS method uses the so-called nonsolar radiant time factors to convert the radiative component of the conditioned space lighting heat gain into cooling load.
All four models require cloud cover and nonsolar weather data to predict global, diffuse, and direct solar radiation.
The particle's oxygen and silicon isotopic ratios are decidedly nonsolar, says the team, but they are consistent with the mixture produced in the fireballs of Type II supernovae.
Edison argues that the program focuses on the most-expensive form of solar technology, and that nonsolar customers would be unfairly subsidizing part of the program.
The discovery of a nonsolar source of light at the ocean floor adds to the list of amazing vent phenomena that were once thought impossible.
Architect Pierre Prodis felt the students would be more enthusiastic about building a passive solar house than an ordinary one, but he dsigned it to conform with the neighboring nonsolar dwellings.
And certainly we can tell time with today's nonsolar clocks and cut meats with today's steel knives.