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These are the Best 3 Books You'll Get on Solar Heat


Sunshine To Dollars
by Steven E. Harris
ISBN:76 pages   8.5x11 inches [size]

The FREE SOLAR PANELS BOOK. I got over 85 Solar PV Panels for Free and I wrote this book to show you how to do the same thing. The book covers Free solar panels Plus solar heating and cooking at your house. Plus explicit details on getting Free Solar Glass and Free 3000F Solar Concentrators for a solar furance. One of the most unique books ever written on Solar Energy. This book will have you building solar heaters and solar ovens in one afternoon. This is the most hands-on book ever written in the field. Get it today. Also includes, at no extra charge, Surviving the Blackout of 2003.


Movable Insulation
by William K Langdon
ISBN:402 pages   5.5x8.5 inches [size]

With easy construction plans for easy insulated curtains, a huge variety of panels that you can put inside your windows, outside, and fold up/down and much more. From an extraordinarily talented author, this 379 page book is an absolute must have for any homeowner that wants to stop heat loss now!


Solar Air Heating Systems
by Steve Kornher & Andy Zaugg
ISBN:370 pages   8.5x11 inches [size]

Incredibly detailed information on how to make any type of solar air heater. It covers all of the rules of thumb, the materials, where to get them and much more. Whether you’re a homeowner or a contractor, this book has everything that you need to know about the construction and operation of all types of solar air heaters for space and domestic water heating. If you’re looking for one book that will get you into “hot air,” this is the one!

These Books by Beth and Dan Halacy Great for Solar Experimenting


Fabulous Fireball AND Experiments with Solar Energy
by D. S. Halacy Jr.
ISBN:320 pages   5.5x8.5 inches [size]

It’s no secret that the sun provides the energy that keeps us alive. These books provide a great background on the scien¬tific aspects of solar energy and invite you to have fun putting solar energy to work for you. They tell the story of solar energy, explain why it is so fascinating and challenging and will tell you how to build solar powered ovens, water heaters and furnaces. With this book you can even build solar batteries that will power a radio or a model airplane that flies on sunshine!


The Solar Cookery Book
by Beth Halacy
ISBN:124 pages   5.5x8.5 inches [size]

Describes in detail how you can make your own solar oven and reflector hot plate, and how to cook with them. It is for people who are interested in conservation and a wise use of our resources, plus a desire to protect the environment. It is for students who are searching for a new project for a science fair. Solar Cookery was the first book ever available on how to harness the sun's energy in preparing food. Once you discover how easy and enjoyable solar cooking can be, the sun's energy will no doubt become your favorite way to cook.


Solar Heat: Its Practical Applications
by Charles H. Pope
ISBN:170 pages   5.5x8.5 inches [size]

So you think solar energy is a new thing? This book was written in 1903 and is the earliest solar book we have found to date. It shows the Sun Press in Paris, France running on a steam driven press being powered by concentrated sunlight plus other solar examples. Everything in this book that worked in 1903 will work today, only easier. This book is a perfect example of how we could of been on solar before World War I. Due to the educational value of this book, we sell it at a significantly discounted price.


Applications of Solar Energy for Heating and Cooling of Buildings.
ISBN:210 pages   8.5x11 inches [size]

In recognition of the growing importance of solar energy The American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers published a volume entitled Low Temperature Engineering Application of Solar Energy in 1967, which included chapters by many of the solar pioneers who had developed and maintained the thread of continuing technical contributions upon which the vastly expanded current technical effort is based. This revised volume is greatly expanded.