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Reading Recommendations from the Energy Central Community

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Energy Central celebrated the August 9 day of National Book Lovers Day by soliciting input from our community member readers:  

In honor of National Book Lovers Day (August 9), Energy Central invites authors to share their power industry publications or readers to share their favorite power industry book.

While a number of those books suggested were, in fact, written by Energy Central Community members (and you can see a list of those here), some of the other suggestions that came in were simply books our members had read themselves and recommended.

So, to round out your reading list, we wanted to summarize a list of these as well: 

And if you missed the opportunity to plug your favorite book earlier, please feel free to add your title in the comments below and we'll edit this post to include them as well. 

Happy Reading!

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