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Microhydro
Clean Power from Water
Scott Davis
ISBN: 0-86571-484-3
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$ 22.95
Highly illustrated and practical, Microhydro is the first complete book on the topic in many years. Covering both AC and DC systems, it first introduces the important principles on which microhydro is based, including the advantages and disadvantages of using small amounts of water to generate power. It then outlines in depth: how to assess your particular electrical needs how to assess your specific site how to choose the appropriate system for your needs how to install a microhydro system the common regulations and incentives for installing microhydro power seven important case studies that demonstrate microhydro possibilities.




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