416 pages , Wiley-Interscience , 2008-01-09 This important new book presents a comprehensive review of practical alternative energy choices for the twenty-first century. It addresses three critical energy-related topics that are causing great confusion in public debate—global warming, the hydrogen economy, and nuclear power—and gives readers an opportunity to form a ...[Read More]
465 pages , 1997 Energy and the Making of Modern California illuminates the forces that formed the state's culture and economy through the interplay of technology, population growth, human values, and the environment. With impeccable scholarship and vivid abundance of detail, James C.
240 pages , Oxford University Press , 2011-05-17 Originally perceived as a cheap and plentiful source of power, the commercial use of nuclear energy has been controversial for decades. Worries about the dangers that nuclear plants and their radioactive waste posed to nearby communities grew over time, and plant construction in the United States virtually died after the e...[Read More]
160 pages , 2018-12-06 The main objective of this book is to evaluate alternative energy systems in buildings regardless of their location and climatic conditions. To do so, evaluations have been conducted in temperate and marine weather conditions in developed countries like Germany; in a semiarid climate in Spain; and in a humid subtropical climate in Brazil. Over the past few...[Read More]
Michael Bush This book introduces alternative sources of energy, especially if you want to stop paying outrageous bills by producing more electric and fuel power. There are many technologies that convert the alternative sources of energy into electricity and fuel very effectively with little or no risk to the envornment and your wallet. Go green and grab your copy now!