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FIGURE 5-23 Improving solar efficiency
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FIGURE 5-25 Shutters
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FIGURE 5-26 Window blinds between the glass panes
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Zero-Cost Passive Solar you can change the solar picture in your home by changing the landscaping. You can plant a tree to shade your home, and you can plant shrubs to reduce wind. Best of all, anything you grow will sequester carbon and produce water and oxygen. Planting deciduous trees in a temperate climate is an excellent option for affecting the heating and cooling of your home. Deciduous trees will shade your home to keep it cool in the summer. In the winter, the same trees lose their foliage and allow sunlight to shine on your home (Figure 5-28). Real estate agents know that a home with large trees sells for 15 to 20 percent more than a comparable home without trees. Who doesn t want to live in a beautiful community with tree-lined streets Solar and energy-efficient designs promise more comfort, better health, less cost, and no damage to the environment: the new American dream.
North side shading from evening and morning sun
Windbreak shrubs
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Deciduous trees
FIGURE 5-27 Landscaping for energy efficiency
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FIGURE 5-28 Deciduous trees for cooling and heating
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Fun with Passive Solar
You can do many easy and fun things with passive solar. Following are just a few examples of uses of passive solar energy.
Solar Oven
Solar ovens (Figure 5-29) are interesting and fun to use, and they cost nothing to operate. Any food that you can cook, you can cook in a solar stove or oven. The best feature is that solar food preparation complements meals that require long periods of cooking, which can save you money over cooking conventionally in the oven.
Solar Clothes Dryer
You may remember clothing and bedsheets from your childhood that smelled clean and fresh and it was not because they were washed in chemical perfumes. An outdoor clothes dryer (Figure 5-30) leaves your clothing smelling like the great outdoors.
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FIGURE 5-29 Parabolic solar oven
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FIGURE 5-30 Outdoor dryer
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Solar Water Purification
Solar disinfection (SODIS) water purification (Figure 5-31) is a simple but effective process, because the sun s ultraviolet light destroys harmful bacteria in water. After filtering the water through ordinary sand, it is poured into cleaned plastic bottles and kept in direct sunlight for 4 to 6 hours, or longer if the water or sky is cloudy, to render the water clean and drinkable. Boats often carry what is called a solar still for survival. A solar still functions on the premise of evaporation and condensation. A version of a solar still can be built on land, too (Figure 5-32): Dig a hole in the ground near a source of moisture, or add undrinkable water to the hole. Place a collection cup in the center of the still. Cover the hole with plastic, and place a small weight in the center of the plastic over the cup. Condensation will occur and drip down into the cup to produce clean, fresh drinkable water.
Passive Solar Cooling
Passive solar cooling may sound odd, but it is as simple as it is true: Heat rises, and cool air sinks. We can use this to design or modify buildings to use this moving air (Figure 5-33) to cool the building.
FIGURE 5-31 SODIS water disinfection in Indonesia
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FIGURE 5-32 Solar still
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FIGURE 5-33 Passive cooling
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Gardening
How about solar agriculture Grow a garden and use the solar energy delivered free to your garden to grow food for you and your family.
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Creating a Personal Energy Plan
Solar is only part of a total home energy system. Installing a photovoltaic (PV) system and using other forms of solar energy should be coupled with a reduction in electricity and energy use. If you ve read this far, you know that you can save more energy by choosing Energy Star rated appliances and by making other modifications to your home and lifestyle. A typical homeowner unknowingly wastes from 20 to 40 percent of the electricity consumed by failing to turn off lights and other appliances when they are not in use. Electricity is the easiest form of energy to waste, but it is also the easiest form of energy to save (Figure 6-1). Using passive solar and reducing your energy usage will help reduce your utility bill and make your home more energy-efficient. Increasing your home s efficiency and improving energy use by choosing Energy Star rated appliances will also contribute to your savings. Adding a PV system to your home can also help reduce your dependence on the utility company. But there is much more to the energy story. The best thing you can do to make your home energy use more efficient, in addition to the factors just mentioned, is to create a personal energy plan to manage your energy use. Creating a total energy efficiency plan is the key to achieving real energy savings in your home. Taking a total home approach to saving energy ensures that the dollars you invest in energy are spent wisely.
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