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Feasibility Analysis for Sustainable Technologies by Scott Herriott

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Notes

Chapter 1

1. Laszlo et al. (2014).

2. Fritsch and Gallimore (2007).

3. U.S. Energy Information Administration (2013b).

4. National Institute of Building Sciences (2013).

5. Steven Winter Associates, Inc. (2013).

6. Torcellini et al. (2006)

7. International Energy Agency (2013).

8. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (2010).

9. Taisei Corp (2012).

Chapter 2

1. Wikipedia (2013).

2. Wind Energy Center (1970).

3. Boccard (2008).

4. Shahan (2012).

Chapter 3

1. “Solar Thermal Energy” (2011).

2. “Turbine” (2011).

3. Biello (2010).

4. Allan (2007).

5. “Hydroelectric Power” (2005).

6. BuildItSolar (2006).

7. “Water Heater Energy Factor” (2014).

8. National Renewable Energy Laboratroy (2014d). See the explanation of each item at <http://www.nrel.gov/rredc/pvwatts/changing_parameters.html ...

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