The Renewable Energy Institute (REI) is pleased to announce that REI Alumnus and MREI Member Julian Igbo has written a new book “Harnessing the Sun’s Energy: A Combination of Art and Renewable Energy”.
The REI, which works with the United Nations Environment Programme and major universities to promote best practice in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency, wishes to congratulate Mr Igbo on the publication of his book.
Harnessing the Sun’s Energy is a guide for students and professionals that utilizes research and facts to explore the application and usage of solar/renewable energy sources that will protect our environment for generations to come. The courses that the REI offers are designed to encourage participants to move on to great things in the Renewables industry and Julian is the perfect example of what can be achieved. If you would like to join Julian, as well as thousands of others, on the REI’s Renewable Energy courses, visit https://www.EUenergycentre.org/training or E-Mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Read below for more details of the book, available now on Amazon and through Barnes & Noble USA: A recent student of REI training courses, Julian Igbo relies on his education and professional experiences to delve into renewable energy alternatives, define energy, illustrate energy at work, and explore all aspects of solar energy and how it works. Guided by results from his extensive research, the book examines efficiency ratings for solar panels, shares factors to be considered before installing solar panels, and explores the differences between active and passive solar systems. Included in the guidebook is an examination of battery banks and wind energy, information on how to locate continents on the hemisphere, and a list of safety precautions. In the past, Julian has praised the training of the REI, saying: “I must say, I got a lot of knowledge from [the] REI, and I thank the REI for the good work they are doing to promote green and energy sustainability.” On the book, Julian says: “With my engineering knowledge acquired from Renewable Energy Institute, I positively recommend this book for students and many people who want to benefit from solar alternative/renewable energy, both practically and theoretically.” “Harnessing the Sun’s Energy: A Combination of Art and Renewable Energy” is available now.
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