"In DIY Solar Projects, he demonstrates how solar cookers, hot−water heaters, hot−air collectors and more can be constructed and mounted using ordinary materials. You can start with a small system to power a cellphone, and work up to off−grid systems for small cabins. Clear, step−by−step instructions, a glossary and informative photographs are helpful. If you're curious about undertaking solar projects, this book is an excellent resource." -The Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH)
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Plenty of good ideas for the beginner! All the projects listed are things that can be done with the basic tools any DIY homeowner would have.Published 2 months ago by Derek H.
This book is well done, featuring quality images for do it yourself projects, as well as specific materials used, measurments, etc. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Larry Davis
This book contained everything I needed to know to build my solar project. Good pictures and diagrams laying out everything that was needed to finish the job.Published 5 months ago by flraven
Not worth the price.No information i will need .If it has a project you need it might be a good buy for you.Published 6 months ago by william r knight
Shipped fast was what I wanted easy to work with like what I got better than I thought I would get for the moneyPublished 6 months ago by john
Really good explanation. You can get a really good idea of what you need to do, buy or investigate if you want a solar panel system.Published 8 months ago by Ricardo
This book is filled with various solar based projects. It is unlikely all will be used by one reader, but there is enough variation that if you have any interest in using the Sun,... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Arthur G. King Jr.
This book is excellent for the entrepreneur's approach to "solar" ... It is full of options and ideas for saving and staying green.Published 8 months ago by EPP