Books & Encyclopaedias

1. Power Systems Group/Ametek Inc. Solar Energy Handbook. Chilton Book Company: Radnor, Pennsylvania. 1979.

2. Cheremisinoff, Paul and Regino, Thomas. Principles and Applications of Solar Energy. Ann Arbor Science: Ann Arbor, Michigan. 1978.

3. Prenis, John. Energybook #1. Running Press: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1975.

4. Hecht, Eugene. Optics: Second Edition. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, Inc.: Canada. 1987.

5. Lewis and Randall. Thermodynamics. McGraw Hill. 1961 Ed.

6. Campbell, Neil and others. Biology: Concepts & Connections. Redwood City: The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company, Inc., 1994.

7. Various Articles. New Standard Encyclopedia. Standard Educational Corporation: Chicago, USA. 1991 ed.

8. Various Articles. Young People’s Science Encyclopedia. Children’s Press: Chicago, USA. 1991 ed.

Internet Resources

Specific to Present Technology & History Chronology

9. Fitzgerald, Mark. “PV Power Resource Site.”
Available: http://www.pvpower.com/.

10. Smith, Charles. “Revisiting Solar Power’s Past.”
Available: http://www.solarenergy.com/.

11. Bates, Karl L. “Solar Cell Brightens Day…” Available: http://www.detnews.com/1997/discover/9706/15/06090095.htm.

12. Cooper-Hewitt. “Timeline: Photovoltaic Development.”
Available: http://www.si.edu/ndm/exhib/sun/2/obj_timeline.htm.

13. Stewart, Todd. “Renewable Energy: Periodic Data and Trends.”
Available: http://www.ece.umr.edu/areas/power.

14. Union of Concerned Scientists. “Energy.”
Available: http://www.ucsusa.org/energy/index.html.

15. “Alternative Energy Systems.”
Available: http://home.global.co.za/~mlt007/mlt_main.htm.

16. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. “National Center for Photovoltaics.”
Available: http://www.nrel.gov/ncpv/.

17. Hoffman, Dave. “Photovoltaic Panel Module (PPM).”
Available: http://godzilla.lerc.nasa.gov/ppo/ppm.html.

18. The Alternative Energy Store. “The Alternative Energy Store.” Available: www.altenergystore.com/cart/.

19. Basevi, Travis. “Photovoltaics: Special Research Centre.”
Available: http://www.pv.unsw.edu.au/index1.html.

Specific to Future Technology, New Insights and Effects

20. Whitmarsh, J. and Govindjee. “The Photosynthetic Process.” Available: http://www.life.uiuc.edu/govindjee/paper/gov.html#52.

21. Green. M. A. “Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conversion; An Update.” Available: http://www.atse.org.au/publications/focus/focus-green.htm.

22. Clayton, Bill. “Simulating Photosynthesis.”
Available: http://www.engaust.com.au/.

23. “A New Type of Solar Cell Based on Sensitized, Nanocrystalline...” Available: http://dcwww.epfl.ch/icp/ICP-2/solarcell_E.html.

24. Kamat, Prashant and others. “Photoelectrochemical and Organic-Based Solar Cells.” Available: http://erntwww.er.doe.gov/production/bes/chm/photochem/panela1.html.

25. Advanced Research Development, Inc. “Lumeloid: Solar Electric Breakthrough.” Available: http://www.ardev.com/.

26. Marks, Alvin M. “Light-Polarizing Electrically Conducting Film.” Available: http://www.patents.ibm.com/details?&pn=US05229624__.

Reference Person Contacted (via E-mail)

27. Marks, Dr. Alvin M. Advanced Research Development, Inc. 12 Dec. 1999.

Graphics and Music

1. Flower picture on introduction Flash movie: www.corbis.com.

2. Conventional pv cell diagram on present tech. page: ScienceNOW.

3. Space picture of Earth on future applications page: Compton’s Interactive Encyclopedia. 1997 ed.

4. Desert picture on good effects page: http://www.aromatic.com/~maad/death/death.html

5. Picture of boy and television on good effects page: http://www.eyewire.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/View.woa/wa/viewProduct?cid=2&product=92978

6. Introductory music: http://www.geocities.com/madcow690/