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Backwoods Home Magazine

Publishes articles on all aspects of self-reliant and sustainable living. Includes a regular column on renewable energy topics. Excellent discussions on living off of the grid and advice on do-it-yourself projects.

Back Home

This magazine is dedicated to rural, independent living and consequently is a storehouse of information on country living.  Frequently includes how-to-do articles on recycling, energy conservation, and living off the grid. 

Home Power

Provides comprehensive coverage of solar, wind, and microhydro electricity, energy efficiency, solar hot water systems, space heating and cooling, green building materials and green home design. This magazine provides extensive product information, homeowner testimonials, buyer advice, and "how-to" instructions. One of the most substantial magazines around on alternative energy.

Mother Earth News

The granddaddy, or in this case grandma, of all environmentally oriented magazines. It has been a leading resource of information on alternative energy and sustainable living for more than 35 years. Provides broad coverage of renewable energy issues and has one of the largest archives of articles on sustainable living.

Solar Today

This magazine is the official publication of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES). It is not available through Amazon but comes with a subscription to ASES. It is the premier magazine in the Solar Energy industry. It contains numerous articles specifically on the topic of solar energy including both passive and photovoltaic solar energy solutions as well as articles on Wind energy. Regular topics include building case studies, energy policy and community-scale projects

This Old House

This Old House magazine, like the PBS TV show of the same name, has long been known for providing great information on how to improve and renovate older homes. Increasingly they have begun to look at issues such as energy conservation, insulation, and even alternative energy such as solar.

New Content
We have been getting a lot of questions lately as to the costs for a solar PV system and how soon PV systems pay for themselves. It is not always easy to tell given the host of federal and state regulations.  To provide some clarity on these cost issues we have updated our section on Typical Costs to reflect the latest prices and have added a new article on Calculating the Payback for a solar PV System.  Take a look!
Solar Factbook
PV Demand Growing -
Global photovoltaic demand continues to soar in 2010 and is currently projected to double over the rate of installations year last year, according to Solarbuzz®, a solar energy market research company. Solarbuzz has raised its 2010 market size to 15.2 GW, which compares with a revised 7.5 GW in 2009.

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