American Non-Fiction Author focused on educating people about Energy TechnologiesNationality: USA
Type of Writing: Information, Short Stories, Technical
List of Works to date: Introduction to Electrical Power (paperback), Hydropower Explained Simply (paperback), Wind Power Technologies Explained Simply (paperback), Solar Power Technologies Explained Simply (paperback), Coal Power Technologies Explained Simply (paperback), Natural Gas Technologies Explained Simply (paperback), Transmission of Electrical Power Explained Simply (paperback), Utility Operations and Grid Systems Explained Simply (paperback), Health Hazards of Radioactive Decay, Radiation Measurements, Processes of Radioactive Decay and Storage of Nuclear Waste, Introduction to the Department of Commerce, The Citizen’s Guide to the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), The Citizen’s Guide to the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), The Citizen’s Guide to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), The Citizen’s Guide to FHWA Office of Highway Operations, The Citizen’s Guide to FHWA Office of Highway Safety, The Citizen’s Guide to the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), The Citizen’s Guide to FDA’s Center for Drug Evaluation and Research (CDER), The Citizen’s Guide to FDA’s Office of Commissioner, The Citizen’s Guide to the Center for Cancer Research (CCR), The Citizen’s Guide to the FDA’s Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA), The Citizen’s Guide to the FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine (CVM), The Citizen’s Guide to Administration on Children, Youth and Families (ACYF), The Citizen’s Guide to Office of Community Services, The Citizen’s Guide to Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), The Citizen’s Guide to Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE), The Citizen’s Guide to the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), Making America Great, The American Way (original edition, Basic Elements of the American Way, Limited Government, and Powers of the People.
Self-Published with: CreateSpace
Best Work so far: My best published work is perhaps “Introduction to Electrical Power”. Despite the seemingly mundane title, the book is much more. I have made completely new discoveries in the areas of voltage, current, magnetic field, battery operations, and more. These discoveries are presented to the world for the first time in this book.
About The american Author Mark Fennell
Mark Fennell is an author, educator, and public speaker. His primary topics include energy technologies, electromagnetic energy, government reform, and spirituality. Through his own research and travels Mark has become one of the foremost experts in Energy Technologies. This includes the fundamental properties of electricity, environmental effects of energy sources, the future of power grids, and numerous specific technologies. Mark has also made numerous discoveries in the fundamental nature of electromagnetic energies. Mark’s teaching style is informal, conversational, and inspirational. He enjoys sharing his knowledge, and he specializes in explaining complex information in ways that anyone can understand.
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Other Links: http://energytechnologysimply.blogspot.com/
About the Author’s Work Mark Fennell
I write books which educate and inform the public on a variety of topics. There are three main areas: Energy Technologies, Government Agencies, and Electromagnetic Energy.
1. I am the author of the series Energy Technologies Explained Simply. My primary mission is to educate all interested citizens and legislators regarding energy technologies. This education will lead to informed discussions and will result in better decisions. In addition, I have a secondary mission to help prepare students to be successful in energy technology careers. I created this series of books to be totally unbiased, highly accurate, and very easy to understand. Now the public and policy makers have a set of resources where they can learn about the technologies, check the facts, and have informed discussions.
2. I am also the author of the Citizen’s Guide to Government Agencies Series. The Citizen’s Guide to Federal Agencies Series examines each agency of the Federal government. The series is comprehensive, discussing every program, sub-agency, lab, and resource center. No other book or series of books on government is as comprehensive as the Citizen’s Guides. Just as important, each program and agency is described very clearly. I am known for explaining complex material in ways that are easy to understand, and in this series of books I provide my own summaries for the great majority of programs and agencies. Therefore the reader will understand each program and agency much better by reading the author overviews before reading any complex bureaucratic jargon.
3. I am currently working on a book on electromagnetic energy. This is a revolutionary work, with my own discoveries and new models. Many of the questions which have confounded scientists for generations will now be presented in this book.