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RE: Articles needed

Dear Mr. Thomas,

Please take a look at the publication highlighted at this web site:
Information on Green Technology:		
Pennsylvania's first Green Building:	
I addition you might also visit the Web Site of the Pennsylvania Department
of Environmental Protection and Office of Pollution Prevention and
Compliance Assistance at:   http:www.dep.state.pa.us  .  You may find other
articles/publications of help as you explore this web site.

	Jo Anne (Hollash) Gordon
	P. O. Box 8772			Harrisburg, PA 17105-8772
	Voice   717-787-0121	Fax   717-783-2703
	E-mail  hollash.joanne@dep.state.pa.us 
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From: Brightmktg@aol.com [mailto:Brightmktg@aol.com]	Sent: Wednesday,
December 02, 1998 9:22 AM
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net				Subject: Articles

November 29, 1998

Dear Renewable Energy Expert,

Articles about renewable energy and other topics are sought for a handbook
to be called "Field Guide of Appropriate Technology". This handbook is
intended for workers, such as in the Third World, who need a hands-on manual
about practical applications. The Field Guide has been contracted by
Academic Press.
The project is coordinated by Professor Barrett Hazeltine and Christopher
Bull of the Engineering Division at Brown University.   Professor Hazeltine
and Mr. Bull have just published through Academic Press "Appropriate
Technology:  Tools, Choices and Implications", a textbook for teaching the
fundamentals of appropriate technology.

I have been chosen as the editor of the Energy systems of the "Field Guide"
and I am soliciting articles that describe workable applications of
Renewable Energy projects.  The "Field Guide" format is to be modeled after
other invaluable texts such as the CRC or ASHRAE handbooks.  The energy
section will include articles on: Practical Windpower, Photovoltaics, Hydro
Electric Systems, Solar Thermal, Water Pumping, Electrical Storage Systems,
Hybrid Electric Systems, Lighting, and any other issues surrounding the
storage, and usage of electricity or solar-thermal energy.

Although accepted submissions will not receive monetary compensation, the
author and their firm will be credited in the manual.  This is a great way
to get your name and expertise circulated among implementers of Appropriate
Technology.  Please submit your articles, or any further questions to
brightmktg@aol.com or send them to the address below.

If you have no articles, but know of experts any of the subject areas listed
above, please forward this correspondence, or submit their name to us.  We
intend to make this field guide a very useful, and widely distributed
manual.  To accomplish this end, we need your assistance.

Thanking you in advance for your help and interest,

Newell Thomas			Bright Technology, LLC
195 Anthony Street		East Providence, Rhode Island 02914