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College Store to host faculty book-signing

Dorothy J. GerringRenewable Energy Systems for Building DesignersThe College Store is holding a book-signing from 3:30-5 p.m. Tuesday with Dorothy J. Gerring, associate professor of architecture, whose “Renewable Energy Systems for Building Designers” was recently published by Routledge. The profusely illustrated 336-page textbook – available in hardcover, paperback and as an ebook – presents a comprehensive introduction to the latest resources and technologies used in high performance and net zero energy buildings, with a practical focus on the design and integration of these systems. “This textbook and convenient reference offers a single-source guide to renewable technologies, balancing broad knowledge with the details of implementation crucial for successful sustainable design,” the publisher says. “It equips students and professionals with foundations and critical information needed to confidently plan for and meet the highest standards of energy efficiency in new construction and retrofitted buildings.” Books and refreshments will be available at Tuesday’s event; watch PCToday for more about Gerring’s book.

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