Renewable Energy: A User’s Guide

Every day there are news reports that highlight spiralling energy costs, accelerating energy consumption, serious concerns over fuel security and fears that oil production may soon decline.

All such reports are set against a background of the most serious threat to the world today – global warming and the devastating impact of climate change.

Reviews

The Environmentalist
This user-friendly title written by an expert in power engineering provides a clearly illustrated guide to renewable energy, its benefits and applications

EXCELLENT!! By P. Martin
I was writing a dissertation on integrating renewable energies into the home and this was probably the most helpful book I read during the course of my studies. Bearing in mind that I have probably read about 25 books on this topic it says a lot for the book and its author!! Highly recommended!!

A wise man from the east! By A. Cargill
Experience is everything and Dr McCrea has drawn on his extensive depth of knowledge, insight and hands-on experience to bring to the masses an excellent publication. This book explains this subject better than most and I would highly recommend it to anyone who has an interest in energy matters of today and tomorrow. Great job Andy!

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About the Author

Andy McCrea MBE has worked as a power engineer and manager within the energy industry in Northern Ireland for over thirty years. Over the last twenty years, his work has focused on the environmental side of the industry. Since 2003, he has been the Director of Action Renewables, a government-funded private company, established to promote the rapid development and uptake of renewable energy. Dr McCrea is a Chartered Engineer, a Chartered Environmentalist and a Fellow of the Energy Institute.



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