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Wind Energy for the Eighties

£34.99

Product description

Peter Peregrinus Ltd. 1982. A review by members of the British Wind Energy Association. DJ Condition: very good. Condition: very good. Very slight signs of wear on DJ. Slight marks on egdes of some pages. Spine and pages still in excellent condition. No inscriptions. Contains many black and white photographs and diagrams.

"This book is about a new type of wealth which we in the UK, and others elsewhere in the World, possess in abundance. This wealth we call the wind.

Offshore as well as on dry land these resources are becoming known and valued. They are distributed unevenly but they confer upon rich regions important natural advantages in a most insignificant way.

The initiative of the British Wind Energy Associations (BWEA) now brings together over 60 engineers and scientists from Industry and university to cover the Geophysical aspects of the subject and the new and vital techniques of Wind Energy Conversion within a single volume.

This exciting technology is now demonstrating its worth and competitiveness and looks set to be the first of the 'renewables' to become part of the established energy scene.

Here, then, is the source book on Wind Energy for the UK." - inside DJ cover

Item details

Author(s):
British Wind Energy Association
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
372
Publisher:
Peter Peregrinus Ltd.
Title:
Wind Energy for the Eighties

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About this item

Peter Peregrinus Ltd. 1982. A review by members of the British Wind Energy Association. DJ Condition: very good. Condition: very good. Very slight signs of wear on DJ. Slight marks on egdes of some pages. Spine and pages still in excellent condition. No inscriptions. Contains many black and white photographs and diagrams.

"This book is about a new type of wealth which we in the UK, and others elsewhere in the World, possess in abundance. This wealth we call the wind.

Offshore as well as on dry land these resources are becoming known and valued. They are distributed unevenly but they confer upon rich regions important natural advantages in a most insignificant way.

The initiative of the British Wind Energy Associations (BWEA) now brings together over 60 engineers and scientists from Industry and university to cover the Geophysical aspects of the subject and the new and vital techniques of Wind Energy Conversion within a single volume.

This exciting technology is now demonstrating its worth and competitiveness and looks set to be the first of the 'renewables' to become part of the established energy scene.

Here, then, is the source book on Wind Energy for the UK." - inside DJ cover

Author(s):
British Wind Energy Association
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
8vo
Edition:
1st
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
372
Publisher:
Peter Peregrinus Ltd.
Title:
Wind Energy for the Eighties

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