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This book includes information on several energy sources: biomass, hydrogen, solar, wind, hydroelectric, geothermal, and their environmental implications. It also includes the life cycle assessment (LCA) and thermoeconomic analysis (TA) as tools for evaluating and optimising environmental and cost subjects.
The Path to More Sustainable Energy Systems by Ben W. Ebenhack; Martinez Daniel M.
Call Number: SCIENCE TJ808 .E236 2013
Publication Date: 2013
Energy engineers, technology managers, and political leaders need a solid, holistic understanding of where the world finds its energy and to do in the future if we are to have a cleaner and environmentally sustainable world, without sacrificing our modern technological-based civilization. This book Provides a broad overview of our current energy sources, their uses and limitations and political and economic constraints.