The sun is the primary source of energy in Earth’s atmosphere, and its energy is required to drive our climate.
The planet also emits carbon dioxide and methane from the combustion of fossil fuels.
To reduce these greenhouse gases, the world needs to burn fossil fuels at a much lower rate than today.
But there are other ways to capture and store the carbon dioxide.
For example, you could use a system like solar thermal to capture some of that CO2.
However, the solar thermal system requires expensive batteries, which are a major constraint on the price of solar thermal.
You can make a system that uses solar thermal that doesn’t require batteries.
The idea is that solar thermal can capture a portion of the CO2 that is emitted from fossil fuels and release it as heat.
This heat can then be used to power your electric vehicle, or heat your home.
A solar thermal power system that’s powered by solar thermal could work as a heat pump for a home.
You could use solar thermal as a thermal battery, or a solar thermal thermal system could be used for a refrigerator.
For more about solar thermal and how it could be integrated into a home, check out our video.
In addition, solar thermal systems could work well in a wind farm.
The system would need to be small enough that you could run it in a narrow field, and the power output would depend on how far you were from the wind turbine.
In general, solar solar thermal is better for a wind turbine than solar thermal batteries for the same reason: the batteries are expensive.
It also has more of a cost benefit.
A single solar thermal unit could power up to four solar panels, and each solar thermal battery could power several batteries.
Solar thermal has a large number of applications, such as for batteries, energy storage, and solar thermal heat pumps.