New Energy Analysis and Investment Guide Book, Power Plug-In: Global Investments for our Energy Future Just Released in Time for Holiday Gifting

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Looking for a last minute gift for anyone on your list with a strong interest in energy issues or investments? Look no further. Just released, the new book Power Plug-In: Global Investments for Our Energy Future by Miami-based author-investor Gordon Ettie, offers a comprehensive analysis of energy sources plus corresponding investment opportunities for both individual and organizational investors. Available from all major online book retailers or visit for more information.

Power Plug-In: Global Investments for Our Energy Future is an energy book destined to change current thinking about energy sources and energy investment strategies.

“Knowing how to pick the winners and losers in the energy race may make the critical difference in exploring new ways to optimize existing energy sources and open the door to an exciting energy future,” says Tim Anderson, PhD, Distinguished Professor, University of Florida.

This breakthrough and original book is the result of over two years of research by author Gordon Ettie and brings his wide experience as a chemical engineer, businessman, and successful investment leader to the issue of our future energy needs and offers a compelling global solution for both the individual, organizational and government investor.

“Power Plug-In takes a broad look at all energy sources in the production of electricity and fuel for transportation. The author also provides a strategic plan for the best use of both research and financial resources for the future,” summarizes Barry Moline, Executive Director, Florida Municipal Electric Association.

“My goal is to use revenues from this book and attract funding which will be tax deductible to support an energy scholarship program,” explains Ettie whose non-profit organization Energy Scienomic is the publisher.

For more information please visit or contact powerpluginbook(at)gmail(dot)com


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