Turn Me On: 100 Easy Ways to Use Solar Energy (Google eBook)

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Gibbs Smith, May 1, 2009 - House & Home - 160 pages
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HERE COMES THE SUN! With page after page of creative and innovative ideas for using this limitless form of energy, as well as thoughtfully compiled lists of useful resources, Turn Me On is an introductory guide to understanding the exciting advances in a progressing technology that harnesses the boundless power of the sun to bring us clean, renewable energy.
  

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About the author (2009)

Michelle Kodis is also the author of the Gibbs Smith title Blueprint Small: Creative Ways to Live With Less. Since receiving her master of science degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in 1991, she has written about a broad range of topics, including architecture and design, science, the environment, health and medicine, business, and cuisine. She lives with her husband near Telluride, Colorado, and is currently at work on additional architecture/design books for Gibbs Smith Publisher.

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