Category:Passive solar design

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'''Passive solar design''' utilises building design and orientation and the sun to keep buildings cool in summer and warm in winter. In the Southern hemisphere, allowing direct sunlight through north facing windows warms buildings in the winter, while blocking the sun out during summer helps keep buildings cool. '''Passive solar design''' utilises building design and orientation and the sun to keep buildings cool in summer and warm in winter. In the Southern hemisphere, allowing direct sunlight through north facing windows warms buildings in the winter, while blocking the sun out during summer helps keep buildings cool.
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Passive solar design utilises building design and orientation and the sun to keep buildings cool in summer and warm in winter. In the Southern hemisphere, allowing direct sunlight through north facing windows warms buildings in the winter, while blocking the sun out during summer helps keep buildings cool.


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