Divorcing The Electric Company - Smart Solar for Homeowners 2nd Edition
Biografía del autor
Scott Gordon is a renewable energy blogger and speaker who works with renewable energy companies on complex business challenges. He is also the co-author of The Tinker and The Fold series with his son Evan. Both of those covers were provided by 99 designs contest winners.
Descripción del libro
Looking for solar 'hacks' that will save you a ton of money on home solar? Don’t become roadkill on the road to energy independence. In this hard-hitting expose’, solar industry veteran, Scott Gordon, reveals how to navigate the treacherous waters of today’s residential solar energy marketplace. Should you buy or lease? How do you pick the right contractor and the best equipment? In a world of fast talking solar salesmen, how can you avoid common scams and rip offs? Who can you trust? With the onslaught of solar radio and TV ads, door-to-door canvassers, and telemarketers, solar messages abound. Ironically, this plethora of information and misinformation has left most homeowners confused and unsure whether solar will work for them. Revealing information previously available only to industry insiders this book cuts through the noise and gives you the information you need to get the very best deal on solar. You will learn insider ‘tricks of the trade’, save thousands of dollars or more on solar, and have solar salesmen shaking in their boots! Welcome to the Revolution.
Público al que se apunta
Homeowners who are evaluating whether or not they should install solar panels.
Tipo de portada de libro
Tapa blanda o Paperback
Editorial del ebook
Kindle de Amazon
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I'm looking for a compelling design that demonstrates the dangerous environment of going solar including predatory financing, poor quality work, fly by night contractors. The book is a consumer guide to avoiding the pitfalls of solar. It is designed to help them go solar the right way, not necessarily the 'easy' way.
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I prefer to avoid stock images as that's what the current cover has (this is a second edition). The 1st edition and current cover can be viewed on Amazon. I'd like something dramatically more engaging with my name small and title/subtitle large. I've also attached the first edition cover for review. Again, I would like something very different both in terms of design and color pallet.
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