Definition of solar energy in English:

solar energy

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[mass noun]
1Radiant energy emitted by the sun.
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  • Now, solar energy is actually nuclear energy; it is radiation.
  • During combustion, the fuel alcohol releases the embodied solar energy of photosynthesis and emits water and carbon dioxide.
  • We are harvesting what the plant produced using photosynthesis to convert solar energy into chemical energy stored in the form of oils, carbohydrates and protein.
1.1 another term for solar power.
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  • While the prototype will run on diesel, the group has come up with renewable energy alternatives involving wind and solar energy depending on the global position of the product.
  • People are now using solar energy for heating, water supply, and running fax and STD systems.
  • It can be powered by any heat source including solar energy thus bypassing fuel cells.

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