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The boy who harnessed the wind Kamkwamba Book Energy Both An African boy's journey through physics, mechanics, tribal customs, and scrounging
Breezy 5.5 McCall / Plunkett Book Wind power KSC "A reliable 5500 watt homebuilt wind turbine generator". Detailed fabrication and assembly instructions. Welding the tower base, fiberglassing the blade, all that good stuff. Blade is designed to lose efficiency in winds that would be damaging.
Energy Primer Merrill & Gage Book alt ener. KSC o'size "Everything you wanted to know about alternative energy" (1974)
Handbook of Homemade Power Eds, Mother Earth News Book alt ener KSC Published by The Mother Earth News. Covers wood, water, wind, solar (as it was then), methane production (1974)
New Low-Cost Sources of Energy for the Home Peter Clegg Book Energy KSC Garden Way Publishing. Solar, wind, water power, waste systems, wood heat. Catalog pages. (1975)
Other Homes and Garbage Leckie et al. Book Green B, Living S. KSC "Designs for self-sufficient living". 1975, but lots of the info hasn't changed.
Producing Your Own Power Stoner Book alt ener KSC "How to Make Nature's Energy Sources Work for You" (1974)
Wind Power (2 editions available) Gipe, Paul Book Energy Both Renewable energy for home, farm, and business (1993)
The Wind Power Book Jack Park Book Energy KSC Designing and building your own wind turbine, for someone besides a trained engineer (1981)
  • Sunelco has been in the renewable energy business since at least 1980, carrying photovoltaic systems and components, as well as equipment for wind and water power. They also carry well pumps.

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