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It's been a few months since our last update and we have some interesting blog posts, videos, events and new books to share with you. We are also offering 30% off our new 2nd Edition of Sustainable Materials - without the hot air (details below).

Offshore wind farm load factors - a blog from David MacKay
In a recent blog post, David MacKay, author of Sustainable Energy - without the hot air examined the data behind claims that recently-built UK offshore wind farms have a higher load factor than older wind farms.

Click here to read the full blog post.


Video: Steve Melia Talks Urban Transport
Steve Melia, author of Urban Transport - without the hot air gave a talk at Waterstones in Cambridge in July.

In his book he exposes key myths about transport - is the government really trying to get us out of our cars? Do we really just need better public transport? Click here to watch the video and find out more.

New: Second edition of Sustainable Materials
Sustainable Materials - without the hot air: Making buildings, vehicles and products more efficiently and with less new material is published on 3rd September 2015. This 2nd edition (previously titled Sustainable Materials - with both eyes open) contains a new chapter looking at the progress in the industry since the 1st edition was published.

Get 30% off Sustainable Material - without the hot air by entering voucher code NEWS09 during checkout on our website. Offer valid to 6th Nov 2015.

Peter Jefferson at the Radio Times Festival, 25th September
See the man who was the voice of the Shipping Forecast for over 40 years, Peter Jefferson, at the Radio Times Festival this September! His book And Now the Shipping Forecast: a Tide of History Around Our Shores is both an affectionate memoir and a history of the science and BBC programming behind the forecast. Join Peter to find out more about what it’s like to become part of our cultural landscape. Click here for more information.


Interesting Articles

We're always on the lookout for interesting articles relevant to our readers and authors on Facebook and Twitter. Here are a selection that we've shared recently:
In Spring 2016 we're publishing Solar Energy: fundamentals, technology and systems, The Fall and Rise of Nuclear Power in Britain and the second volume of Urban Transport - without the hot air, so there's plenty to be looking forward to.

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