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The Earthscan Expert series – a new series of books on renewable energy

Earthscan has launched the Earthscan Expert Series, a major new book series providing clear, practical information for people who want to work with environmentally friendly low-carbon technologies. From specific handbooks to more general guides, each highly illustrated title is essential reading for professionals keen to expand their skills base and take advantage of the low carbon revolution.

A 20% discount is available

To receive the 20% discount on all purchases type or paste the discount code GDE20 into the voucher code box in your Earthscan shopping cart when ordering.

You can see the contents, layout and samples pages of most of the books using the Google Preview facility.

SOLAR DOMESTIC WATER HEATING - a new publication in the Earthscan Expert series. An excellent introduction to the technology. Covers how it works, different types of systems, types of collectors - both flat plate und evacuated tubes, types of storage tanks and other accessories, system layouts, system design and economic aspects, fully illustrated, published 2010, 192 pages, £34.95.

Available at: http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk/swh.htm

STAND-ALONE SOLAR ELECTRIC SYSTEMS - a new publication in the Earthscan Expert series. The book for the designer and installer of off-grid solar systems. Covers most aspects of off-grid solar systems, including solar energy fundamentals, components (modules, controllers, inverters, batteries), design and sizing, as well as water pumping. Provides knowledge needed to design and install a range of off-grid systems, fully illustrated, published 2010, 224 pages, £34.95.

Available at: http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk/pv.htm

WOOD PELLET HEATING SYSTEMS - a new publication in the Earthscan Expert series. Covers how wood pellet heating works, different types of systems - from small living room stove systems to larger central heating systems for institutions, installation guidelines, system design and wood pellet manufacture, fully illustrated, published 2010, 176 pages, £34.95.

Available at http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk/biofuel.htm

SUSTAINABLE HOME REFURBISHMENT - a new publication in the Earthscan Expert series. Renewable energy requires efficient energy use. This fully packed book covers most aspects of retrofitting homes for efficiency, fully illustrated, published 2010, 256 pages, £34.95.

Available at http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk/technologies.htm

Other books are also available on the website

Earthscan is now launching the Earthscan Expert Series, a major new book series providing clear, practical information for people who want to work with environmentally friendly low-carbon technologies. From specific handbooks to more general guides, each highly illustrated title is essential reading for professionals keen to expand their skills base and take advantage of the low carbon revolution. More information at http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk

Green Dragon Energy

tel: + 49 (0) 30 486 249 98 (Office/Berlin)

email: info@greendragonenergy.co.uk

website: http://www.greendragonenergy.co.uk

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