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Title details for The Complete Idiot's Guide to Solar Power for your Home by Dan Ramsey - Available

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Solar Power for your Home

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The perfect source for solar power—fully illustrated.

Solar Power (photovoltaics) is now a one-billion-dollar industry, and it's poised to grow rapidly in the near future as more pressure is placed on limited fossil fuel resources and as advances in solar technology drive down the costs of residential solar systems. This book helps readers understand the basics of solar power and other renewable energy sources, explore whether solar power makes sense for them, what their options are, and what's involved with installing various on and off-grid systems.

—Fully illustrated

—Covers every conceivable solar-power topic and concern, including updated information on the increasing number of state rebate and incentive programs


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Publisher: Penguin USA, Inc. Edition: 2

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  • ISBN: 9781429571883
  • File size: 6223 KB
  • Release date: January 12, 2009

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English

The perfect source for solar power—fully illustrated.

Solar Power (photovoltaics) is now a one-billion-dollar industry, and it's poised to grow rapidly in the near future as more pressure is placed on limited fossil fuel resources and as advances in solar technology drive down the costs of residential solar systems. This book helps readers understand the basics of solar power and other renewable energy sources, explore whether solar power makes sense for them, what their options are, and what's involved with installing various on and off-grid systems.

—Fully illustrated

—Covers every conceivable solar-power topic and concern, including updated information on the increasing number of state rebate and incentive programs


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