Advantages and Disadvantages of Solar Energy and Wind-Power Utilization

World Futures 67 (6):395 - 408 (2011)
Abstract
Wind-mills were widely used for grinding corn in the last century in Hungary. The use of solar energy for water heating, taking a bath, shower, and drying crops has had a tradition for a long time. This article presents in what proportion the two types of energy are disposable in the course of the year, how this difference between the simultaneous disposability of the two types of sources of energy changes depending on seasons, and by what a diffusion and variance in a month, a part of a day, or an hour the examined parameters can be characterized
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