Smart Power: An Urban Guide to Renewable Energy and Efficiency
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Written by William H. Kemp.
Published by Aztext Press, 2004.
|In the much anticipated follow-up to The Renewable Energy
Handbook for Homeowners, Bill Kemp has taken the wisdom from his first book
and tailored it to a more urban audience.
$mart Power: An Urban Guide to Renewable Energy provides the definitive overview for someone living in a city or suburbs on how to reduce their energy bills and have less impact on the planet. Since most city dwellers aren't going to put a wind tower on their property, $mart Power emphasizes using the sun's energy to heat your water, make electricity or help heat your home or apartment.
It also includes an updated section on heating and cooling, as well new sections on transportation and biofuels. This on top of all information provided in the original book on efficiency and reducing your energy demands, as well as how to make and sell your own electricity back into the electricity grid. The savings in your bills will pay for $mart Power in months, and will continue to provide a huge return on your investment for as long as you live.
"Atmospheric pollutants and greenhouse gas emissions threaten our very existence. $mart Power will help urban homeowners manage these concerns and help them in their quest for a more sustainable future." Dr. David Suzuki
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