By Christine Woodside
Energy Independence is the basic advisor to the main manageable and cheap replacement strength options for the typical consumer―including sunlight panels, wind turbines, hydrogen gas cells, wooden, hydro-electric, geothermal warmth pumps, and extra. For all these looking both to complement their conventional fuel-burning furnace or to redesign their domestic, this booklet has what they should start. They’ll know about the main innovative and complex innovations in addition to attempted and real strength conservation concepts. They’ll find out how a lot each one process expenses, and the way fast they're going to recoup any funding.
Also together with a bankruptcy on alternative-fuel vehicles, this e-book has been revised and up to date with the newest stats, expertise, expenditures, and suggestion. it's a needs to for anyone―urbanite, suburbanite, or rural dweller―who is determined by conventional oil-burning resources yet has made up our minds it’s excessive time to be proactive either approximately slicing gas charges and reaching freedom from fossil gas dependence.
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As President Jimmy Carter noted during his administration in the late 1970s, up until that time, the United States had used as much oil in each decade as had been consumed in all of previous history. In other words, oil took over as a major energy source very, very quickly and accelerated startlingly. Hubbert and Colin Campbell, an American scientist living in Scotland, predicted that the world production of oil would peak in about 1995—“without perturbations,” as Bartlett explained it, adding, “But there were some perturbations.
Dwellings—Electric equipment. 4. Ecological houses. I. Title. 79—dc22 2005028063 Printed in the United States of America 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 THANKS TO . . org Jim Motavalli of E magazine Jim Schembari and Ned Kilkelly of the New York Times Tom Condon of the Hartford Courant Russell Powell of New England Watershed magazine The editors of Yale Alumni magazine Elizabeth Eddy for the hybrid car chart Nat Eddy for the solar photovoltaic explanation Darlene Mariani for research Annie Eddy for advice and research My mother, Gloria Woodside, for strong-arming bookstores to carry the book Valerie Fales, Priscilla Martel, and Lynn Cochrane Martha Lyon Bill Chatman CONTENTS Introduction—Why You Need This Book Reading the headlines can leave ordinary people feeling helpless about the amount of fossil fuel we burn and our dependence on foreign countries (some of them not so friendly) for it.
But oil and its by-products, such as plastics and chemicals, do run the economy right now. Many political leaders focus on oil because, so far, there is still enough of it and it costs less to extract what’s left than to invest time and money to bring alternative energy sources into the mainstream and create an infrastructure to support them. S. government is studying alternative energy, but we remain far removed from an infrastructure that relies on it. We still look for oil. Meanwhile, everyday costs are rising dramatically, and the air quality is not improving, even with better ways of filtering smokestacks and car mufflers.
Energy independence: your everyday guide to reducing fuel consumption by Christine Woodside