No changing of habits required nor lots of spending on high tech gadgets to achieve energy independence. Illustrated and written with the general public in mind by H. A. Rasheed who worked as a Systems Analyst and Process Engineer at a major Fortune 100 corporation for seventeen years before retiring in 2005. This, his third book, takes a top down approach to our energy problems. Counter to other books on the same subject, he explains in easy to understand language effective qGreenq and mostly qLow Techq ways to improve our energy efficiencies. First, he talks about the automobile and points out why they consume so much energy. Second, he explores the heating and cooling of our houses. Third, he examines our appliances. All three approached with a detailed calorie by calorie accounting of our major needs to live comfortably, safely and most of all efficiently.Problem. with. Money. I can exchange a shirt for a pair of pants with you and we might call it an even trade. ... Example: If you ask an owner of a 2005 Chevy Blazer how far he can travel using $2.50 in gas, he will probably say31 miles.
|Title||:||How to Be Energy Efficient|
|Publisher||:||Hassan Rasheed - 2006-04|