Solar energy applications in Indiana must be evaluated carefully because the region’s generally limited resources for year round sunshine. Compared to the utility grid, electricity from photovoltaic power is still rather expensive. Solar water heating applications however show promise, as well as in locations where utility power is unavailable. Consult with an experienced technician to determine the viability of your potential solar project.
Solar Energy Publications
Solar Heating for Home, Farm and Small Business: Basic Facts About Collection, Storage and Utilization
Solar Energy Heat Storage for Home, Farm and Small Business: Suggestions on Selecting and Using Thermal Storage Materials and Facilities
Solar Energy Tools
National Renewable Energy Laboratory helps to understand the potential electrical energy produced in a given region of the state.
from the Texas State Energy Conservation Office
Solar Energy Links
U.S. Department of Energy
Texas State Energy Conservation Office
National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service