Low impact technology: solar heating

Australia, 1977

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Experiments with solar energy have been carried out for many years, especially domestic solar hot water and heating systems. Architects, and scientists from the CSIRO and the University of Melbourne comment on the types and requirements of today’s solar heating systems, and how they can be used domestically and industrially. Photography by John Ruane.

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