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Wind Power Renewable Energy for Home, Farm, and Business

By: Paul Gipe
496 pages, 496 photos, 25 b/w illus, figs
Publisher: Chelsea Green
Wind Power
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  • Wind Power ISBN: 9781931498142 Paperback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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&i;Wind Power&o; is the completely revised and expanded edition of Paul Gipe's definitive 1993 book, &i;Wind Power for Home and Business.&o; In addition to expanded sections on gauging wind resources and siting wind turbines, this edition includes new examples and case studies of successful wind systems, international sources for new and used equipment, and hundreds of colour photographs and illustrations.


Introduction; Applications - How to Use the Wind; Measuring the Wind; Estimating Output - How Much to Expect; Economics - Does Wind Pay? Evaluating the Technology - What Works and What Doesn't; Towers; Cutting Costs, Not Corners; Buying a Wind System; Interconnection with the Utility; Off-the-grid Power Systems; Pumping Water; Siting; Installation; Operation, Performance and Maintenance; Safety; Looking to the Future; Appendices; Bibliography

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Paul Gipe was named a 'pioneer in renewable energy' in 1998 by the World Renewable Energy Congress, having been a leading authority on wind power since the mid-1970s.
By: Paul Gipe
496 pages, 496 photos, 25 b/w illus, figs
Publisher: Chelsea Green
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'THE definitive book on wind energy, Doug Pratt, Technical Editor, Real Goods 'Paul Gipe's Wind Power is a must for everybody who's involved in the wind energy sector - or wants to be involved in the future. The reader will get a comprehensive overview of one of the most important energy technologies to save the world's climate: wind energy' Sven Teske, Renewable Energy Director, Greenpeace 'This is THE definitive book on wind energy, beautifully, logically organized, with a great wealth of pictures, charts, graphs, formulas, cautionary tales, and a lifetime of knowledge' Doug Pratt, Technical Editor, Real Goods 'If you're considering your own machine or investing in a wind company, or if you want to understand wind's rebirth, Wind Power is a must' Paul P Craig, Professor Emeritus of Engineering, University of California at Davis; Chairman, Sierra Club National Energy Committee, 2000-2003
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