Panel On Limiting The Magnitude Of Future Climate Change

ROBERT W. FRI (Chair), Resources for the Future, Washington, D.C.

MARILYN A. BROWN (Vice Chair), Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta

DOUG ARENT, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, Colorado

ANN CARLSON, University of California, Los Angeles

MAJORA CARTER, Majora Carter Group, LLC, Bronx, New York

LEON CLARKE, Joint Global Change Research Institute (Pacific Northwest National

Laboratory/University of Maryland), College Park, Maryland FRANCISCO DE LA CHESNAYE, Electric Power Research Institute, Washington, D.C. GEORGE C. EADS, Charles River Associates, Washington, D.C. GENEVIEVE GIULIANO, University of Southern California, Los Angeles ANDREW J. HOFFMAN, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ROBERT O. KEOHANE, Princeton University, New Jersey LOREN LUTZENHISER, Portland State University, Oregon BRUCE MCCARL, Texas A&M University, College Station MACK MCFARLAND, DuPont, Wilmington, Delaware MARY D. NICHOLS, California Air Resources Board, Sacramento EDWARD S. RUBIN, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania THOMAS H. TIETENBERG, Colby College (retired), Waterville, Maine JAMES A. TRAINHAM, RTI International, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina

Solar Panel Basics

Solar Panel Basics

Global warming is a huge problem which will significantly affect every country in the world. Many people all over the world are trying to do whatever they can to help combat the effects of global warming. One of the ways that people can fight global warming is to reduce their dependence on non-renewable energy sources like oil and petroleum based products.

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