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Re: Solar house

In France, 13 panels give 3000 WhC (maximum limit for a particular).
In 2010, a solar installation cost 17,000.00 euros (~15,500.00 dollars US).
In 2016, the same panels cost 11,000.00 euros.
Ah yes, there are some interesting calculations here - see also thread 5826. If I have understood this correctly, sun yields 1 kW/m² at earth surface at 90° angle. Whether you are in France or in Lapland makes little difference but for the number of sun hours (deduct for limitated sun exposure, such as bad weather). While thermal sun collectors can 'catch' up to 75% of this, photovoltaic (i.e. electricity panels) will give 15-20%. What is interesting about this is that even in a very cold climate far North, you can still get good results from harvesting sun energy.

And bdfd is right in saying that a combination of sun energy and 'puit provençal' (ground-coupled heat exchanger) has a very high potential for providing low-cost energy - even if there may not be a constant ground temperature of 14° in harsher climates, the temperature is still relatively constant and in a (pleasant) mid-range between cold winters and cold summers.

Add to this the renewable energy source found in firewood (for those dark winter nights), and the maths become even more interesting. Environmentally no doubt, but also economically.

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Fortunately for us, we do not live on the island of baffin !!! laughing

More seriously, These applications come from my own personnal experience with all houses where I have lived...
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Re: Solar house

Strange ? the second picture has disappeared... sad


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Re: Solar house

New project for a engineer.



Views are Here . smile
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Re: Solar house

For pleasure (I Hope smile ), here a closer view from South garden.



Master bedroom----------------------------------------------Living (with terrace)------------------------------------------------------Kitchen

Reflections in the curved Windows are amazing, no ? smile
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Re: Solar house

Here a view of interior of the kitchen.



Hummmm, it smells good ! smile
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Re: Solar house

I think that it was too white.
I added a black granite worktop. smile



It's better, no ?
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Re: Solar house

View of the living room with its central fireplace.


1024x768 in Q4 without R1.3.1
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Re: Solar house

not sure if it goes...but try to put some black parts to upper kitchen dresser...
Makes it more compact to black granite worktop...
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Re: Solar house

After living room, comes the dining room.



a style rather 'Dordogne model'.

look in the mirror, I like games reflections... smile
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