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Fuel Your Research with these New Books on Energy!
Fereidoon Sioshansi, author of Distributed Generation and Implications for the Utility Industry, discusses his new book and motivations for writing it.
Learn how and why the 2011 Fukushima nuclear power plant accident happened in this new book chronicling detailed reports and first person testimonial.
Nuclear Safety: Fact or Fiction? Eight commonly misunderstood facts about nuclear power.
Energize your vocabulary with Christopher Morris and Cutler J. Cleveland's new edition of The Dictionary of Energy.
DIY guide to photovoltaic installation including tips, tricks and video from "Solar Energy - Photovoltaics and Domestic Hot Water," author Russell Plante.
Learn more about concentrating solar power technology with this sample chapter covering key themes, concepts and technologies.
Want some light reading for World Renewable Energy Conf. (WREC)? These articles will provide you with the latest trends, news and info on sustainable energy.