Robin’s Review of Solar Power Bible for Off-the-Grid and Hybrid Living

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Solar Power Bible for Off-the-Grid and Hybrid Living

 by Johnathan Nash

Rating: 5 out of 5.
Solar Power Bible for Off-the-Grid and Hybrid Living:
by Johnathan Nash 

Take the headache out of transitioning to solar power and start saving money today by following these steps.
In a world where the price of everything is growing at astronomical rates, wouldn’t it be nice to not have to worry so much about your rising electricity bill?
Wouldn’t it also be nice to reduce your carbon footprint by using the cleanest and most abundant form of energy on our planet?
Are you ready to make the switch to solar energy, but you are afraid because you know little about electricity and wiring?
If any of the above rings true, you have come to the right place. This thorough guide walks you through each step of switching to solar energy to take out the guesswork and make the process as easy as possible. 
Solar power is nothing new – we have been harnessing the power of the sun since the 7th century!
Why, then, does solar energy only account for just over 3% of the total US electricity consumption?
There are a few different answers: 1. People are intimidated by installing an electrical system on their own, and 2. The installation of solar systems has historically been too expensive to be a viable option for many people.
Luckily, neither of these is true anymore.
Robin's Review: Get ready to join the solar power revolution with this must-read book by Johnathan Nash! In his Solar Power Guide for Off-Grid and Hybrid Living, Nash takes readers on a journey through the exciting world of DIY solar power. From designing and installing your own solar energy system to maintaining it for years to come, this guide is packed full of helpful tips and step-by-step plans. Whether you're looking to power your RV, cabin, or tiny house, this guide provides everything you need to set up a self-sustainable energy system. Readers won't be disappointed with Nash's engaging writing style, which makes this book an easy read. I learned a lot from this book and highly recommend all of Mr. Nash’s books.

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