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The book 'Solar Power Demystified: The Beginners Guide To Solar Power, Energy Independence And Lower Bills’ introduces you to the world of solar electric panels and systems. It reveals you the reasons why photovoltaic solar panels are continuing to gain worldwide popularity and are becoming more important as a source of renewable energy. You can see the question “To go or The book 'Solar Power Demystified: The Beginners Guide To Solar Power, Energy Independence And Lower Bills’ introduces you to the world of solar electric panels and systems. It reveals you the reasons why photovoltaic solar panels are continuing to gain worldwide popularity and are becoming more important as a source of renewable energy. You can see the question “To go or not to go solar?” discussed in its practical aspects. Furthermore you are advised what kind of solar electric system you need and how to evaluate whether your home is ‘solar-ready’ or not You are also introduced to the basics of photovoltaics and to the main types of solar electric systems and their components. The book is intended to provide basic information to everyone who makes first steps in the world of photovoltaics and needs the matter explained in an easy-to-understand and straightforward way. The book exposes: Photovoltaics in the world of renewable energy Advantages of photovoltaics in a summary Why are photovoltaics continuing to gain worldwide popularity? Why is the cost of photovoltaics decreasing? Drawbacks of photovoltaics What are the main applications of solar electric systems? To go or not to go solar – that is the question! Some issues to consider before going solar Why would you need a solar electric system? Don’t go solar before reading this! What kind of solar electric system do you need? How big solar electric system do you need? How to finance the cost of your solar electric system? Financial incentives Is your building solar-ready? How to assess your location for solar resource? Why the condition of your roof does matter Free solar panels Solar power for business owners Energy efficiency above all How to improve the energy efficiency of your building The basics of solar power Solar electric systems Grid-connected solar electric systems Stand-alone (off-grid) solar electric systems Advantages and drawbacks of stand-alone systems Why are off-grid systems attractive? Main applications of stand-alone solar electric systems Selecting your solar vendor What to be careful about Grab the book and get started saving money on electricity and becoming energy independent now!


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The book 'Solar Power Demystified: The Beginners Guide To Solar Power, Energy Independence And Lower Bills’ introduces you to the world of solar electric panels and systems. It reveals you the reasons why photovoltaic solar panels are continuing to gain worldwide popularity and are becoming more important as a source of renewable energy. You can see the question “To go or The book 'Solar Power Demystified: The Beginners Guide To Solar Power, Energy Independence And Lower Bills’ introduces you to the world of solar electric panels and systems. It reveals you the reasons why photovoltaic solar panels are continuing to gain worldwide popularity and are becoming more important as a source of renewable energy. You can see the question “To go or not to go solar?” discussed in its practical aspects. Furthermore you are advised what kind of solar electric system you need and how to evaluate whether your home is ‘solar-ready’ or not You are also introduced to the basics of photovoltaics and to the main types of solar electric systems and their components. The book is intended to provide basic information to everyone who makes first steps in the world of photovoltaics and needs the matter explained in an easy-to-understand and straightforward way. The book exposes: Photovoltaics in the world of renewable energy Advantages of photovoltaics in a summary Why are photovoltaics continuing to gain worldwide popularity? Why is the cost of photovoltaics decreasing? Drawbacks of photovoltaics What are the main applications of solar electric systems? To go or not to go solar – that is the question! Some issues to consider before going solar Why would you need a solar electric system? Don’t go solar before reading this! What kind of solar electric system do you need? How big solar electric system do you need? How to finance the cost of your solar electric system? Financial incentives Is your building solar-ready? How to assess your location for solar resource? Why the condition of your roof does matter Free solar panels Solar power for business owners Energy efficiency above all How to improve the energy efficiency of your building The basics of solar power Solar electric systems Grid-connected solar electric systems Stand-alone (off-grid) solar electric systems Advantages and drawbacks of stand-alone systems Why are off-grid systems attractive? Main applications of stand-alone solar electric systems Selecting your solar vendor What to be careful about Grab the book and get started saving money on electricity and becoming energy independent now!

30 review for Solar Power Demystified: The Beginners Guide To Solar Power, Energy Independence And Lower Bills

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amyiw

    This is a good overview of solar panels. As it states, it is a beginners guide so if you already know a bit, but not quite enough, this might help but be boring in some places. It also starts off as a total rah! rah! solar! in the beginning. I didn't have a problem with that or the simplistic start. I did get information that I didn't know and am using parts of the book as a reference. Other information, I've researcher further on-line. This at least got me to what I needed know to look for and This is a good overview of solar panels. As it states, it is a beginners guide so if you already know a bit, but not quite enough, this might help but be boring in some places. It also starts off as a total rah! rah! solar! in the beginning. I didn't have a problem with that or the simplistic start. I did get information that I didn't know and am using parts of the book as a reference. Other information, I've researcher further on-line. This at least got me to what I needed know to look for and research. BTW- look for solar coops in your area that band together to negotiate prices of the panels.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steven Hendrix

    Disappointed Very disappointed in this book. The first couple of chapters are a bad cheerleading session for solar power complete with bad science. I am already a fan based on real proven science and engineering. He does very little to deliver on the promise of the title. Even for free thisnwasna waste of my time bandwidth and electricity to read it.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Don

    Good Solar power information This gives you a good look at solar power. You can use this book as a continuous resource. I would read this book if you are interested in learning about solar power.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Thomas Boby Mathews

    Tooo pestering publisher Useless links took pestering to buy more books that are not needed. This is killing the reading spirit. Thank u for this opportunity.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Karen Kemp

    I'm reading this book now, and so far, the information seems okay (not great), but would it have been that hard to use an editor/proofreader? There are many places where his writing is confusing or just plain wrong ("The sun is practically an inexhaustible source of energy." Practically? When was the last time the sun was used up? "Every owner of a photovoltaic system contributes to the carbon dioxide pollution and global warming.") Please -- if you're going to write a book in English and it's n I'm reading this book now, and so far, the information seems okay (not great), but would it have been that hard to use an editor/proofreader? There are many places where his writing is confusing or just plain wrong ("The sun is practically an inexhaustible source of energy." Practically? When was the last time the sun was used up? "Every owner of a photovoltaic system contributes to the carbon dioxide pollution and global warming.") Please -- if you're going to write a book in English and it's not your native language, get help! When a reader gets hung up on the things that are worded poorly or that are just plain wrong, it takes away what good the book may have inside. I'm going to go ahead and finish reading it because we are starting to use solar, but I'm very disappointed in that aspect of this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Judith D

    I've read other books about solar power. This one gives you straight facts about Grid-tied and off-grid systems. It gives you basic facts about how to buy solar power. What kinds of systems are out there, and how to hire an installer. Other considerations includes are about local laws about solar power and some information about government perks. There is a list of references with the book as well. I thought the information was current and profitable.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Christopher Warner

    Good intro to solar setups A great start for the curious reader who is considering putting in a solar system. There is a lot to think about before you spend the money to put in a system.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nada Sobhi

    The book started out well but become boring and technical afterwards, which put me off. I'll mention some quotable bits later.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Gwen Fricker

    This book is for someone who absolutely no clue what solar power is! If you have any notion about Solar Power......don't get this book.

  10. 4 out of 5

    douglas low

    Not great This would be a good magazine article for a total novice. No depth at all. Don't pay for it, it will take you about 10 min to read it.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Charles

  12. 5 out of 5

    Wimal Kumara

  13. 4 out of 5

    James Harms

  14. 4 out of 5

    Katherine

  15. 4 out of 5

    Theresa

  16. 4 out of 5

    Shirish Surti

  17. 5 out of 5

    Ray Reynoso

  18. 5 out of 5

    James Lowry

  19. 5 out of 5

    John C. Owens

  20. 5 out of 5

    Eguru

  21. 4 out of 5

    ed davis

  22. 5 out of 5

    Darkiss

  23. 5 out of 5

    Greg Stucky

  24. 4 out of 5

    patrick fredrickson

  25. 5 out of 5

    Hoss

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rajat Soni

  27. 4 out of 5

    Judith D Mitchell

  28. 4 out of 5

    Rich Casey

  29. 5 out of 5

    andrew

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jose Araujo

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