Solar dawn (TEFC)

Australia, 1980

Film Australian animation
A still image from Solar dawn (TEFC)

Utilises many animation sequences to clearly show how basic solar collectors work. It shows how buildings can be heated and cooled by solar devices, and how city buildings and ordinary houses should be designed to take advantage of direct solar energy.

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Credits

director

Kay Roberts

producer

Gareth Cole

production company

Solarscope Films

Duration

00:19:05:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1980

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