August 2015
EcoGeneration;Aug2015, Issue 89, p70
The article discusses the new photovoltaic (PV) system installed at the building of North Seattle College in Washington, U.S. which will not only produce electricity but also provides opportunity to study the movements of Sun and study weather conditions as well.


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