For example, an 11-acre landfill site in Easthampton, Massachusetts, now hosts a 9,620-panel, 2.2-megawatt solar plant.
The solar industry will contribute thousands of jobs to the U.S. economy in 2010.
But Monica had first sight of the poems themselves, along with Myxomatosis, Essential Beauty, solar, Days, Water, Sad Steps.
Like the weather, the climate for solar electricity can vary.
PIH operates nine other clinics and SELF plans to equip all of them with solar equipment by late January.
Its summit elevation is nearly 15,000 feet, and in 1881 Langley made its ascent for the purpose of measuring the solar constant.
Let us apply this truth to the solar system, and see what we get.
And both the mind and the eyes of that maiden of excellent waist became rivetted fast upon the solar orb.
Let us apply this fact to the solar system and see how it works.
As the sun moves closer to the southern horizon in the winter, the solar cooker is naturally less effective.
mid-15c., "pertaining to the sun," from Latin solaris "of the sun," from sol "sun" (see sol). Meaning "living room on an upper story" is from Old English, from Latin solarium (see solarium).
Astrological sense from 1620s. Meaning "operated by means of the sun" is from 1740; solar power is attested from 1915, solar cell from 1955, solar panel from 1964. Solar system is attested from c.1704; solar wind is from 1958. Solar plexus (1771) "complex of nerves in the pit of the stomach," apparently so called from its central position in the body (cf. plexus).