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Grid-connected Solar Electric Systems


Grid-connected Solar Electric Systems: the Earthscan Expert handbook for planning, design and installation
By Geoff Stapleton and Susan Neill

About this book
Solar electricity – or photovoltaics (PV) – is the world's fastest growing energy technology. It can be used on a wide variety of scales, from single dwellings to utility-scale solar farms providing power for whole communities. It can be integrated into existing electricity grids with relative simplicity, meaning that in times of low solar energy users can continue to draw power from the grid, while power can be fed or sold back into the grid at a profit when their electricity generation exceeds the amount they are using. The falling price of the equipment combined with various incentive schemes around the world have made PV into a lucrative low carbon investment, and as such demand has never been higher for the technology, and for people with the expertise to design and install systems.

This handbook provides a clear introduction to solar radiation, before proceeding to cover:
• Electrical basics and PV cells and modules
• Inverters
• Design of grid-connected PV systems
• System installation and commissioning
• Maintenance and trouble shooting
• Health and safety
• Economics and marketing

Highly illustrated in full colour throughout, this is the ideal guide for electricians, builders and architects, housing and property developers, home owners and DIY enthusiasts, and anyone who needs a clear introduction to grid-connected solar electric technology.

About the authors
Geoff Stapleton has been instrumental in developing training and capacity building both in Australia and overseas in places such as Sri Lanka, Malaysia, China. He set up Global Sustainable Energy Solutions Pty. Ltd. as a renewable energy training and consultancy business in 1998 and is a part-time lecturer at University of New South Wales.

Susan Neill has worked in the renewable energy industry for over 25 years. She is now director of training and engineering for Global Sustainable Energy Solutions and is a guest lecturer at UNSW, Australia.

This book costs £34.99 and is a hardback edition. Send an enquiry for purchase information.


Community Review  

21 Oct 2011

I'm interested to buy this book but i don't know whether i can get it in Malaysia or not ..i don't have any credit card but i have cash to buy it in any bookshop in Malaysia especially in Sabah, Malaysia like in Popular bookshop etc.. i wish the book can be sent here in Malaysia sooner or later. TQ




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