186 pages , Academic Press , 2020-06-26 Hydrogen and Bioenergy: Integration Pathways for Renewable Energy Applications focuses on the nexus between hydrogen and carbon compounds as energy carriers, with a particular focus on renewable energy solutions. This book explores opportunities for integrating hydrogen in the bioenergy value chain, such as adding hydrogen to upgra...[Read More]
325 pages , Morgan & Claypool , 2020-02-05 This three volume compendium begins with a review of our past dependence on fossil fuels as our primary energy source and our future needs to change how our energy is produced and utilized due to diminishing resources and environmental impact. The first volume presents the major options for carbon-free energy including hydroelec...[Read More]
544 pages , 2016-06 This book presents a multidisciplinary approach to renewable energy, covering physical and engineering approaches and addressing the economic, social, environmental, and policy issues raised. It surveys all of the principal renewable energy sources in use today and uses straightforward language with little emphasis placed on math and theoretical science. Inst...[Read More]
48 pages , 2016-08 Renewable energy is created from sources including sunlight, water, and wind. People have been using renewable energy for hundreds of years. Examine the use of alternative energy sources around the world in Understanding Renewable Energy, one of the titles in the WorldViews series.
802 pages , West Academic Publishing , 2018-03-14 This book is the nation's first hardcover casebook devoted to renewable energy law and policy--a captivating and rapidly-expanding area of legal practice. It provides a comprehensive and accessible introduction to the diverse array of legal issues associated with renewable energy development, ranging from wind rights to s...[Read More]
326 pages , 1991 A detailed survey of the main areas of bio-energy and biomass, solar energy and hydro, wind and water power. The authors address the advantages and disadvantages of renewable energies, their appropriateness, and their socio-economic implications.
590 pages , BoD – Books on Demand , 2009-12-01 Renewable Energy is energy generated from natural resources - such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides and geothermal heat - which are naturally replenished. In 2008, about 18\% of global final energy consumption came from renewables, with 13\% coming from traditional biomass, such as wood burning. Hydroelectricity was the next...[Read More]
242 pages , Greenhaven Press, Incorporated , 2009 Presents articles both supporting and opposing issues related to renewable energy, including what is renewable energy, if it is beneficial to the environment, and how the government should regulate it.
194 pages , River Publishers , 2016-05-15 It is evident to all that climate change is happening -- the results can be seen in many countries. Floods, freak storms, wind speeds of more than 80 mph, heat waves, droughts, rising sea levels and disappearing glaciers, largely due to excessive use of fossil fuels. Climate change acceleration began slowly in the 1970's but has ...[Read More]