The transition to solar energy: an historical approach ( USA).

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Abstract

Reviews the history of solar energy development in the USA since early this century. A substantial solar water-heater existed in California and Florida from 1904-1950. This historical experience in solar energy research deserves much more attention than it has received. -from Editors

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationEnergy transitions: long-term perspectives
EditorsL.J. Perelman, A.W. Giebelhaus, M.D. Yokell
PublisherWestview Press, distributed Bowker
Pages109-123
Number of pages15
StatePublished - 1981
Externally publishedYes

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Kapstein, E. (1981). The transition to solar energy: an historical approach ( USA). In L. J. Perelman, A. W. Giebelhaus, & M. D. Yokell (Eds.), Energy transitions: long-term perspectives (pp. 109-123). Westview Press, distributed Bowker.

The transition to solar energy : an historical approach ( USA). / Kapstein, Ethan.

Energy transitions: long-term perspectives. ed. / L.J. Perelman; A.W. Giebelhaus; M.D. Yokell. Westview Press, distributed Bowker, 1981. p. 109-123.

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Kapstein, E 1981, The transition to solar energy: an historical approach ( USA). in LJ Perelman, AW Giebelhaus & MD Yokell (eds), Energy transitions: long-term perspectives. Westview Press, distributed Bowker, pp. 109-123.
Kapstein E. The transition to solar energy: an historical approach ( USA). In Perelman LJ, Giebelhaus AW, Yokell MD, editors, Energy transitions: long-term perspectives. Westview Press, distributed Bowker. 1981. p. 109-123
Kapstein, Ethan. / The transition to solar energy : an historical approach ( USA). Energy transitions: long-term perspectives. editor / L.J. Perelman ; A.W. Giebelhaus ; M.D. Yokell. Westview Press, distributed Bowker, 1981. pp. 109-123
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