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"Renewable Energy Made Easy is a great read for people of all knowledge levels when it comes to going green. David Craddock does an amazing job at laying out the history, facts, pros, and cons of a variety of renewable energy sources, and then gives the reader a step-by-step DIY guide to all sorts of projects you can use to make your house, office, and life help the environment. We at TerraTone Music are and will continue to promote this book at all our events!" Shanti Schweizer --Shanti Schweizer<br /><br />For those of us who want to actively engage in the global effort to stem climate change, Renewable Energy Made Easy provides a good introduction to various forms of non-fossil fuel energy. It enables the reader to gain historical perspective of various forms as well as the current pros and cons of each type. The book also provides a variety of small renewable energy projects you can make at home as well as whole house projects. Recent research continues to confirm the time for action is now; Renewable Energy Made Easy offers an important starting point for those beginning to mobilize. Sarah K. Lachance Campaign Earth email@example.com --arah K. Lachance Campaign Earth firstname.lastname@example.org
2009 Green Book Festival Award Winner - Runner Up --Book Awards
I am an engineer and an IT professional, and unfortunately, you don't have to be an engineer to find that out. Read morePublished on January 18, 2012 by David Christian
VERY VERY basic - Don't expect to learn very much from this book.
I would not recommend this book to anyone.
I only started this, then put it down. It is possible that the author knows the subject, but this is so poorly written that it did not inspire confidence for me. Read morePublished on July 8, 2009 by dm
Decent overview of the primary sources of renewable energy. I felt it lacked a little bit of flow, the author seemed to launch into some technical discussion without providing... Read morePublished on April 30, 2009 by Andrew Minkus
While scanning the table of contents of this book words like biomass and photovoltaic jump out. On first glance, these unknown words may turn some casual readers off. Read morePublished on April 6, 2009 by J. Marks