Producing your own power: how to make nature's energy sources work for you
Investigates the underlying principles and potential of new approaches to small-scale power production involving wind, water, organic wastes, wood, and solar energy
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Obviously, this is out of date. A lot of advances have been made in this area in the past 40 years. However, it goes into the theory of the various ways of using power from what is freely available, and includes not only advice on buying equipment, but also on making your own. It could be fairly useful alongside more modern works.
Review: Producing Your Own Power: How to Make Nature's Energy Sources Work for You (An Organic gardening and farming book)User Review - Jehiah - Goodreads
I quite possibly owe my engineering mind and my perspectives on the possibilities of renewable energy to this book from 1974. I have fond memories of day dreaming about all sorts of things as a direct result of reading this book as a child. Read full review
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PRODUCING YOUR OWN POWER. How to Make Nature's Energy Sources Work for You. An Organic Gardening and Farming Book. Edited by Carol Hupping Stoner; ...
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