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{Nature_and_Environment.10.24}: Tom Elliot {telliot} Sun, 13 Mar 2005 19:05:43 CST (8 lines)
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I'll second Richard on this one.  There's no way to generate heat
with electricity from PV panels to heat a house without investing in
one heck of a lot of very expensive panels.  You'd be better off using
solar thermal panels (i.e. hot water panels) and a heat exchanger.  If
you already have existing baseboard hot water or radiators that would
make more sense.  Though Nova Scotia is a ways north it will still
work if you get enough sun.  It's the cloudiness that's the problem
more than your latitude.

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