is a Free Interactive Simulation of a Solar Power PV (PhotoVoltaic) Energy System. Increase & Decrease the Sun intensity to produce more power. Turn various appliances On & Off to see battery charging/discharging & power consumption.
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Click the 'Simulator ON/OFF' button to get started. Then, just click any of the appliance switches to turn them On & Off and click the Sun Intensity 'Decrease' & 'Increase' buttons to change the Solar Panel output.

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Play our Free Online Interactive Nuclear Power Simulator game. Operate a Nuclear Power Plant and try to maintain maximum power and not have a radioactive MeltDown! See if you can generate the full 100 MegaWatt output of the power plant and light up all the city lights.

Adjust the reactor Control Rods, the Primary Coolant flow, the Secondary Coolant flow, and keep the Heat Exchanger, the Steam Turbine, the AC Generator, and other reactor components below their damage threshold.

If you're careful, you can make a healthy profit and not have to spend your cash repairing the reactor components. Try it. It's free and it's FUN. PLAY NOW !

While not really a game, Solar Design Tools is a very useful tool for calculating the number of Solar Panels and Batteries a real Solar Power Electric Energy System would require. Simply click on the appliances you would be using & the estimated hours of daily use & the System Sizing Tool will calculate the required Solar Panels & Battery Bank size. An overview of Solar Power Energy Systems is also presented with an explanation of all the major components of various sizes of systems including the wiring diagrams that show how it all goes together. Unlike some design tools, the System Sizing tool requires no typing with its easy point & click interface.
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