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Green Living: Clean Tech
Alternative energy, green building, and design.
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Title: The Homeowner's Guide to Renewable Energy: Achieving Energy Independence Through Solar, Wind, Biomass and Hydrogen
Author: Chiras, Daniel
Publisher: New Society (2006)
ISBN: 086571536X
Call Number: 644 C445H
Notes: Practical advice on how to move away from fossil fuel dependence and cut your energy bills at the same time.

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Title: Alternative Energy Demystified
Author: Gibilisco, Stan
Publisher: McGraw-Hill (2007)
ISBN: 0071475540
Call Number: 333.794 G355a
Notes: An overview of the various energy sources and technologies available today that even a beginner can understand.

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Title: The Complete Idiot's Guide to Hybrid and Alternative Fuel Vehicles
Author: Nerad, Jack
Publisher: Alpha Books (2007)
ISBN: 1592576354
Call Number: 629.1293 N354C
Notes: Informs consumers of the different types of hybrid cars and discusses their advantages and disadvantages.

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Title: Citizen-Powered Energy Handbook: Community Solutions to a Global Crisis
Author: Pahl, Greg
Publisher: Chelsea Green (2007)
ISBN: 1933392126
Call Number: 333.79 P151c
Notes: Find out what can be done at the local level to produce power.

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Title: The Clean Tech Revolution: The Next Big Growth and Investment Opportunity
Author: Pernick, Ron
Publisher: Collins (2007)
ISBN: 006089623X
Call Number: 333.794 P423C
Notes: Covers the trends and opportunities for investing in clean energy technologies.

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Title: Powering Our Future: An Energy Sourcebook for Sustainable Living
Author: Smith, Kimberly
Publisher: iUniverse (2005)
ISBN: 0595339298
Call Number: 333.794 SM61P
Notes: From the Alternative Energy Institute, this guide covers the current state of global energy and promotes solutions for an environmentally-conscious future.

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Title: Homeowner's Guide to Energy Independence: Alternative Power Sources for the Average American
Author: Woodside, Christine
Publisher: Lyons Press (2006)
ISBN: 1592288170
Call Number: 621.042 W868H
Notes: Explains viable and affordable ways that homeowners can reduce their dependence on fossil fuels.