Articles on solar energy for students and teachers can be found on this website. The easy-to-read information is helpful for planning school science fair projects and when researching solar energy topics for essays and class reports.
The Navigation Menu at left (below on mobile) lists a variety of solar energy topics that you'll find helpful when researching class assignments. Be sure to read Solar Energy Facts for a discussion of the advantages and costs involved with solar, its comparison to wind power, its bright future, plus an article on the potential of solar steam turbines.
Also look at Solar Power Facts for an overview of solar power generation, its history, and a basic explanation of how it all works to produce electricity.
You can instantly download a FREE PDF Report that clearly explains the basic solar power components and terminology you need to know. Recommended.
In addition, Meet the Sun Power People is an excellent educational article on NASA's website providing additional information on the varied uses of solar power.
Some students have written and asked how to properly cite the article pages in a
bibliography. So, to make it easier for aspiring authors, here's how you
would cite a solar article on this website using the popular MLA style
Author's Last Name, First Name. "Page Title." Website Title. Publisher, Publication Date. Medium. Date Accessed.
For example, here's how you would cite this page for today's date:
I hope you find the information on solar energy for students and teachers helpful and wish you all the best with your project.