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WIND POWER FOR THE HOMEOWNER : A GUIDE TO SELECTING, SITING, & INSTALLING AN ELECTRICITY-GENERATING WIND POWER SYSTEM - Marier, Donald; Wallace, Dan
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WIND POWER FOR THE HOMEOWNER : A GUIDE TO SELECTING, SITING, & INSTALLING AN ELECTRICITY-GENERATING WIND POWER SYSTEM - hardcover

1987, ISBN: 0878573348

ID: 5045445741

[EAN: 9780878573349], [PU: Horizon Book Promotions, New York, New York, U.S.A.], WIND POWER TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES ENERGY ELECTRICITY ALTERNATIVE SOLAR 0878573348 NON-FICTION REPAIR, RESTORATION, FIX-IT, HOUSE, Hard Cover. As New/Wear 'n Tear - Shelf Wear. 6 x 9". In these days of electricity deficites, this book is both timely and useful. 368 pages examine the matters relating to a decision of using wind power, legal concerns including zoning and other provisions code, financea, tax breaks thoroughly in order to provide a realistic assessment of the advisability of installing a wind system in various locales. A large portion of this useful book describes each part of a wind system, including variations and options, and how all of them work to generate and store electricity. With this understanding, the homeowner is prepared to choose the proper system and appliances for his or her household. Detailed instructions with numerous illustrations show exactly HOW TO do this while maintaining rigid standards of safety. Correct wiring explained as well as the many options available to homeowners, such as direct-current battery storage systems. Fine-tuning the system remains, and this is best related through the tips and experiences of various long-time wind users. The author is the editor and publisher of "Alternative Sources of Alternative Sources of Energy" magazine which he begain in 1971, and is an Electrical Engineer. He has built his own passive solar house and installed his own wind power system on his Minnesota farm. -- Condition of Book: Inside as brand new, as is cover. Book jacket has wear 'n tear, still in good condition.

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WIND POWER FOR THE HOMEOWNER : A GUIDE TO SELECTING, SITING, & INSTALLING AN ELECTRICITY-GENERATING WIND POWER SYSTEM - hardcover

1987, ISBN: 0878573348

ID: 5045445741

[EAN: 9780878573349], [PU: Horizon Book Promotions, New York, New York, U.S.A.], WIND POWER TECHNOLOGY RESOURCES ENERGY ELECTRICITY ALTERNATIVE SOLAR 0878573348 NON-FICTION REPAIR, RESTORATION, FIX-IT, HOUSE, Hard Cover. As New/Wear 'n Tear - Shelf Wear. 6 x 9". In these days of electricity deficites, this book is both timely and useful. 368 pages examine the matters relating to a decision of using wind power, legal concerns including zoning and other provisions code, financea, tax breaks thoroughly in order to provide a realistic assessment of the advisability of installing a wind system in various locales. A large portion of this useful book describes each part of a wind system, including variations and options, and how all of them work to generate and store electricity. With this understanding, the homeowner is prepared to choose the proper system and appliances for his or her household. Detailed instructions with numerous illustrations show exactly HOW TO do this while maintaining rigid standards of safety. Correct wiring explained as well as the many options available to homeowners, such as direct-current battery storage systems. Fine-tuning the system remains, and this is best related through the tips and experiences of various long-time wind users. The author is the editor and publisher of "Alternative Sources of Alternative Sources of Energy" magazine which he begain in 1971, and is an Electrical Engineer. He has built his own passive solar house and installed his own wind power system on his Minnesota farm. -- Condition of Book: Inside as brand new, as is cover. Book jacket has wear 'n tear, still in good condition.

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WIND POWER FOR THE HOMEOWNER : A GUIDE TO SELECTING, SITING, & INSTALLING AN ELECTRICITY-GENERATING WIND POWER SYSTEM - Marier, Donald; Wallace, Dan
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Marier, Donald; Wallace, Dan:
WIND POWER FOR THE HOMEOWNER : A GUIDE TO SELECTING, SITING, & INSTALLING AN ELECTRICITY-GENERATING WIND POWER SYSTEM - hardcover

1987, ISBN: 9780878573349

ID: 425648311

New York, New York, U.S.A.: Horizon Book Promotions, 1987. Hard Cover. As New/Wear 'n Tear - Shelf Wear. 6 x 9". In these days of electricity deficites, this book is both timely and useful. 368 pages examine the matters relating to a decision of using wind power, legal concerns including zoning and other provisions code, financea, tax breaks thoroughly in order to provide a realistic assessment of the advisability of installing a wind system in various locales. A large portion of this useful book describes each part of a wind system, including variations and options, and how all of them work to generate and store electricity. With this understanding, the homeowner is prepared to choose the proper system and appliances for his or her household. Detailed instructions with numerous illustrations show exactly HOW TO do this while maintaining rigid standards of safety. Correct wiring explained as well as the many options available to homeowners, such as direct-current battery storage systems. Fine-tuning the system remains, and this is best related through the tips and experiences of various long-time wind users. The author is the editor and publisher of "Alternative Sources of Alternative Sources of Energy" magazine which he begain in 1971, and is an Electrical Engineer. <P> He has built his own passive solar house and installed his own wind power system on his Minnesota farm. -- Condition of Book: Inside as brand new, as is cover. Book jacket has wear 'n tear, still in good condition.<P>., Horizon Book Promotions, 1987

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Wind Power for the Homeowner: A Guide to Selecting, Siting, and Installing an Electricity-Generating Wind Power System - Marier, Donald
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Wind Power for the Homeowner: A Guide to Selecting, Siting, and Installing an Electricity-Generating Wind Power System - hardcover

1981, ISBN: 9780878573349

ID: 470192582

Emmaus, Pennsylvania: Rodale Press, Inc., 1981. Book. Illus. by Rau, anthony. Very Good. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. B&W photos, illustrations and charts ,pictorial dust jacket has ragged edges and two large closed tears on the front, clean text, no markings - spine blue with white lettering - office., Rodale Press, Inc., 1981

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