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Passive Solar. Where Does Light Come From?. What is Passive Solar?. A system that collects, stores, and redistributes solar energy without the use of fans, pumps, or complex controllers (without MACHINES!) Some examples: Direct Gain Trombe Wall Sunspace. Direct Gain.

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    1. Passive Solar

    2. Where Does Light Come From?

    3. What is Passive Solar? A system that collects, stores, and redistributes solar energy without the use of fans, pumps, or complex controllers (without MACHINES!) Some examples: • Direct Gain • Trombe Wall • Sunspace

    4. Direct Gain South-Facing windows absorb Sun directly

    5. How it Works

    6. Trombe Wall South facing window has an airspace and then a wall that absorbs the heat from the Sun to heat up the room.

    7. How it Works

    8. What if you still want light?

    9. Sunspace Collects heat for the main part of a building with a secondary room that is like a Green House.

    10. How it Works

    11. What Kind of Windows Work?

    12. Horizontal vs. Vertical Windows

    13. The Best Types of Windows!

    14. How Much Light Will Come Through the Windows?

    15. Traditional Building Methods: Saltbox House

    16. Jacobs House by Frank Lloyd Wright

    17. How it Works

    18. Balcomb Residence, Santa Fe, NM

    19. How it Works

    20. Links http://activerain.com/blogsview/1205564/too-hot-to-blog-dog-days-of-summer http://www.lifed.com/6-ways-to-beat-the-heat-for-less Heating, Cooling, Lighting: Sustainable Design Methods for Architects by Norbert Lechner