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View Resource References and Tools For DIY Solar Projects

Reference data for solar designs -- books, websites, publications. Analysis tools, material properties, and information on solar system components.

http://www.builditsolar.com/References/references.htm
View Resource Small Scale Hydro

Here are some good references for planning, designing, and building a micro-hydro system. Step zero is to carefully determine if you have a hydro resource that is worth developing -- some of the...

http://www.builditsolar.com/Projects/Hydro/hydro.htm
View Resource Wind Power Projects

What I know about wind power systems would fit in a thimble, but here are some links that I believe to be very good ones. If you are starting from the same level I'm at, try the Paul Gipe book --...

http://www.builditsolar.com/Projects/Wind/wind.htm
View Resource No-Cost Low-Cost Tips for Saving Money & Energy

Helpful energy saving ideas from the Alliance to Save Energy.

http://ase.org/news/alliance-save-energy-offers-no-costlow-c...
View Resource Multimedia Screening Room

Welcome to the Alliance to Save Energy's Multimedia Screening Room with a range of offerings from humorous award-winning TV and radio PSAs to B-roll footage for use by TV stations to illustrate...

http://nonflash.drivesmarterchallenge.org/broadband/
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