1720Re: [hreg] FW: Installation
- Nov 4, 2002Do the maps do a detemination of where a site by zip code or county would be viable for wind or solar power? I realize that in terms of average daily total radiation falling on a horiontal surface, that far west Texas south of New Mexico and or near the New Mexico border has over 20,000 kilojoules per square meter. Are there other considerations? Also, why is an angle of roof incline ideal if it is 15 degrees above the latitude and facing due south?Mike Ewert wrote:
Virtus is the company that did the fine renewable energy resource maps featured on www.infinitepower.org If you can help them locate solar projects in east Texas, please e-mail Steve directly at the address below.-----Original Message-----Hi,My name is Steve Lain and I work with Virtus Energy Research Associates in Austin (Mike Sloan). We are doing research on small scale renewable projects in TX. Can you contact me about any installations you know about in the E Tx area? Thanks, Steve
From: Steve Lain [mailto:lain@...]
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