Stonefield Publishing, 2004.
Soft Cover, 9.75"x7", 200 pages, B&W photos and line drawings.
Stanley's experiences in New Zealand bring a fresh perspective to the topic of solar gain. But the best thing about this little book is the honest, concise approach to the physics of solar energy. For someone seeking to review a basic knowledge and build on real-world applications, this is the book. Stanley illustrates worthwhile principles of passive and active solar design: how to use concrete, insulation, and panels to build practically for optimal solar gain.
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