energy. Which fuel provides the most energy? a) petroleum (oil) b) coal . c) natural gas . d) solar . Pros and Cons • Pros – Efficient home. A solar panel that measures about 285 square feet.
There are hundreds of energy modeling programs Cons! • Does not handle passive solar gain well! Energy Gauge! • Modeling software for residential buildings ! • Used for the other 5% of HERS ratings! • Could also be used to qualify homes for:!
EMERGING FINANCING FOR CUSTOMER SITED SOLAR ENERGY . OVERVIEW • Solar Pricing HELs, HELOCs, and Cash Out Refinancing Home Improvement Loans PowerSaver PACE On Utility Bill Emergent Unsecured Product . A. Pros and Cons – HELs, HELOCs,
Options Pros Cons Home Equity Loan Likely to add value to your home and does not impede ability to sell home Can deduct interest from loan on Native Renewable Energy. The solar partner will develop leasing terms based on system specs and
What are the positions of our candidates on nuclear energy? 22. Both for 23. Both against 24. One for, one against 25 Discuss the pros and cons of each the primary sources of electricity generation Discuss the differences between direct and indirect solar energy and give examples of
Today we will create our pros/cons poster as a class for nuclear energy using information students will then illustrate their future home labeling what type of energy Students will discuss pros and cons of bot h wind and solar energy and then illustrate a
Concludes with a discussion of ways to improve energy efficiency in the home. Ask the students to take notes on the types of alternative energy and their pros and cons. heat, and the generation of electricity. Nuclear energy is produced by a controlled nuclear chain reaction and creates
Pros and cons of using nuclear energy 4. Collect a few images to insert into a Glog . Online Subscription Databases: (For home use see passwords pasted on page 8 of your planner or ask in the Nuclear Enercv Hydroelectric Power Solar Power Geothermal Enercv Alternative Enercv Sources . Title:
Ch. 15 – Nonrenewable Energy Resources Evaluating Energy Resources Pros and Cons of Conventional Oil Advantages: nuclear energy – 17% other – 1% (solar, wind, etc.) In US electricity is produced by coal (57%),