The Solar Power
solar power - no batteries
The prospect of generating pollution-free power from the sun's rays is appealing. The Sun is the closest star to Earth and is the center of our solar system. A giant, spinning ball of very hot gas, the Sun is fuelled by nuclear fusion reactions. The light from the Sun heats our world and makes life possible.
The Sun, The Weather and the effects and damages caused to our satellites, find out the age of the Sun how many billions of years old.
The source of heat and light that sustains life on Earth.
Here is one way of using the solar power
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Sol is the Latin name of the Sun, and the modern word for "Sun" in Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, Icelandic (sól), Danish, Norwegian and Swedish languages. In Persian, it refers to a "solar year".
An ambulance or fire engine crew can potentially waste valuable life saving time looking for house names or numbers. These could be crucial minutes.
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Watch the short film Solar - A short film by Ian Wharton & Edward Shires
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