Manual Solar Energy, Technology Policy, and Institutional Values

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Solar Energy, Technology Policy, and Institutional Values - by Frank N. Laird March
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Framing the energy problem before the energy crisis; 2. Creating policy for the future; 3. Advocates construct solar technology; 4. Solar energy's incompatibility with official problem frames; Part II. During the Energy Crisis: 5. Problem frames during the energy crisis; 6.

Solar advocacy in the crisis; 7. Limited access: solar advocates and energy policy frames; 8.

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Solar policy in crisis; 9. New technologies, old ideas and the dynamics of public policy; Notes; Index. Customer Reviews Average Review. See All Customer Reviews. Shop Textbooks. Add to Wishlist. USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly.

End-of-life recycling is one approach to keeping solar materials out of landfills. European PV manufacturers have a region-wide program and some manufacturers in the United States have their own programs [ 17 ]. Federal, state, and local policies are key to the success of rooftop solar and the clean electricity that these systems provide.

Examples of effective policies being used today include:. Innovative policies in many jurisdictions mean that rooftop solar is not limited to home owners with sun-drenched roofs. Such policies allow customers in multi-family buildings to take advantage of solar generated from one meter on the building or allow electricity customers to subscribe to electricity generated from a larger off-site solar system—or even own it outright—and apply the solar generation as a credit on their electricity bills.

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