Got Sun? Go Solar

Got Sun? Go Solar

Get Free Renewable Energy to Power your Grid-tied Home

Book - 2005
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Are you connected to the grid, but want to reduce or even eliminate your electric bills with free energy from the sun and wind? From the sun-soaked Southwest to windy North Dakota to the hurricane-prone Southeast, homeowners are discovering renewable energy. Now with rebates and incentives from most states, installing a solar/wind system is an economically-attractive and environmentally-responsible option. Do it for your checkbook, or for independence from blackouts. Or do it just because you want to help the environment. You'll be glad you did. * Why invest in renewable energy for your home? * Is it legal and safe? * How solar electricity works * Batteries or not? * Sizing your system * Got Wind? * What does it cost? * Any financial help out there? * Permits & Paperwork * The Nuts & Bolts: what to look for, what to avoid * Who does the installation? * Appendix: manufacturers, web resources, state energy offices, sizing worksheets, etc
Publisher: Masonville, CO : PixyJack Press, 2005.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780965809870
0965809870
Branch Call Number: 697.78 Ewin
Characteristics: 159 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Additional Contributors: Pratt, Doug

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