Clean Energy for Better Environment
InTeOp | 2012 | ISBN: 9535108221 9789535108221 | 92 pages | PDF | 6 MB
This book provides a comprehensive overview of the principal renewable energy sources with a wide range of case studies for each source. It explains the underlying physical and technological principles, and examines the environmental impact of renewable sources and their future prospects. The book will strongly appeal to non-specialist readers who wish to improve their understanding of this complex, fascinating and increasingly important subject.
The prospect of producing clean, sustainable power from renewable energy sources is becoming a very important subject, stimulated by recent technological developments that have improved the cost-effectiveness of many renewables and by the increasing concern for the environmental impact and sustainability of conventional fossil and nuclear fuels.
The overall approach is interdisciplinary, covering the economic, social, environmental and policy issues from the point of research on renewable energy. It also tackles the physical and engineering aspects.
2 Grid-connected Wind Park with Combined Use of Battery and EDLC Energy Storages
3 Thermodynamics Assessment of the Multi-generation Energy Production Systems
4 Multi-level Mathematical Modeling of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells
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