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Chapter 1. Perspectives 1.
Energy Resources Chapter 2. Status, prospects and sustainability issues 2. The origin of renewable energy flows 3.
Modelling renewable energy flows 4. Individual renewable energy resources 5. Technologies for converting and handling renewable energy Chapter 6. General principles 6.
Heat energy conversion processes 7. Engine conversion of solar energy 7. Mechanical energy conversion processes 8.
Cross-wind and other alternative converter concepts 8. Solar radiation conversion processes 9. Electrochemical energy conversion processes Bioenergy conversion processes Energy Transmission Energy storage technologies Planning and socio-economic issues Chapter Energy system planning Socio-economic assessment Integrated approaches He is also an independent consultant at Novator Advanced Technology Consulting.
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FAQ Policy. About this Textbook This is a comprehensive book that addresses renewable, non-renewable, and future energy sources and their utilization. Show all. Table of contents 10 chapters Table of contents 10 chapters Introduction Pages Engineering Economics Pages Units and Unit Conversions Pages Thermodynamic Cycles Pages