- Experimental solar energy conversion unit
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- Transcribed from Photograph: A view of the experimental solar conversion unit showing the array of 99 solar panels on a 100-foot-long framework that collects the sun's heat to run the unit's power generating system. The system is designed to produce a minimum of 1000 kilowatt hours of electricity per month -- the amount used by the average North Carolina residence. Project Director is Dr. T. O. Smetana.
North Carolina State University. College of Engineering
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