Research Paper On Solar Powered Car
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Theory and a Solar Energy Overview
This 10 page paper offers an overview of solar energy beginning with the theory underlying solar power and the two major types of solar energy. The technology of solar power cells is explained, beginning with the two major categories of solar energy. The most common materials and elements used to produce photovoltaic cells, how these cells work and their output are then reported. Four of the most common types of collectors are explained. Innovations in the production of solar cells are reported. Comments are made regarding the costs and the savings gained from using solar power. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
Overview of Solar Energy
5 pages in length. With fossil fuels inching their way out of existence within the next century, there is a great need for alternative and renewable energy sources. Solar energy meets all the criteria, because it is renewable and available to everyone across the globe. The writer discusses the pros and cons of solar power, as well as offers economic comparisons with traditional energy sources. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
The Case of the Solar Trash Compactor
This 7 page paper looks at the case of an entrepreneur who has developed a solar powered trash compactor. The paper starts by assessing the idea using the characteristics of attractiveness, durability and timeliness. The paper then assesses the business plan and the projects in a case study, looking at the weaknesses and the strengths.
Marketing Plan for a New Product; Solar Powered Air Conditioning
This 7 page paper is a marketing plan for a new product; solar powered air conditioning. The paper uses the 4 P's model which looks at the product, Price, placement and promotion. Each of these aspects is considered individually. The paper ends with a SWOT analysis examining the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the product. The bibliography cites 2 sources.