Got Sun? Go Solar

Got Sun? Go Solar is a book that shows homeowners living on-the-grid (and suffering from blackouts or increasing energy bills), how to reduce or completely eliminate their energy bills by taking advantage of solar and aeolic energy generation that both works, and does good for the environment at the same time, bring our nation just that closer to sustainability.

If you want to reduce your utility bills and never go through a blackout again, Got Sun? Go Solar has all the information you need to know to do it right the first time and make the most of self-reliance from wherever you live in the states.

No matter where you live in the United States, from North Dakota, California or Florida, Got Sun? Go Solar is helping homeowners all across the continental US to learn more about alternative energy sources.

This book answers questions like: Why should our civilization invest in renewable sources of energy, is it legal, is it safe, how does solar electricity work exactly, do you need rechargeable batteries, what size does your system need to be, do you have wind, what does it cost, is there any financial help available, what kinds of permits and paperwork are necessary, what kind of hardware do you need and who does the installation?

This 159 page paperback was first published in June of 2005 by PixyJack Press, measuring 7.8 x 7.2 x 0.4 and shipping at 10.4 ounces.

Filled with web resources, lists of manufacturers, state energy offices, sizing worksheets and glossaries, Got Sun? Go Solar: Get Free Renewable Energy to Power Your Grid-Tied Home by Rex A. Ewing takes you step by step through this growing industry in a non-technical way.

For the average homeowner, looking to know exactly which renewable energy they should invest in, and how to invest wisely, Got Sun? Go Solar is the perfect start to finding all the answers yourself.


Posted in Books by admin on July 25, 2007.

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