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Overview of Solar Energy Research: 1990 to Present
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DescriptionThe Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL), established in 1939, is a division of the Texas Engineering Experiment Station, and a member of the Texas A&M University System. The ESL has successfully performed over $25 million in research for dozens of government and private sponsors including ASHRAE, USDOE, USEPA, DoD, and the state of Texas, over the last 15 years. The ESL specializes in field research that includes both metering and monitoring energy use in buildings as well as modeling and analysis of the data collected. The ESL provides services in the area of Metering and Analysis technology, such as those developed for the Texas LoanSTAR Metering and Monitoring Program, including calibrated simulation, and measurement and verification of photovoltaic solar installations. Throughout the past twelve years the ESL has assembled a nationally recognized team of professionals who have raised metering and monitoring in Texas to a point of national prominence.
SubjectTexas Engineering Experiment Station
metering energy use
monitoring energy use
Texas LoanSTAR Metering and Monitoring Program
Thin-Film Photovoltaics Partnerships Program
- Technical Reports 
Haberl, J. S.; Turner, W. D. (2004). Overview of Solar Energy Research: 1990 to Present. Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu), Texas A&M University. Available electronically from