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  • Doable Renewablesby Mike Rigsby

    Chicago Review Press 2010; US$ 13.99

    Kids will learn valuable hands-on lessons from this guide by constructing working models that generate renewable, alternative energy. Budding scientists learn how to build their own Kelvin water-drop generator out of six recycled cans and alligator-clip jumpers; a solar-powered seesaw from a large dial thermometer and a magnifying glass; and a windmill... more...

  • Renewables Information 2010by OECD Publishing; International Energy Agency

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2010; US$ 154.00

    Renewables Information provides a comprehensive review of historical and current market trends in OECD countries. This reference document brings together essential statistics on renewable and waste energy sources. It therefore provides a strong foundation for policy and market analysis, which in turn can better inform the policy decision process to... more...

  • Handbook of Renewable Energy Technologyby Ahmed F. Zobaa; Ramesh Bansal

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2011; US$ 351.00

    This book, consisting a series of papers written by experts in their respective fields of specialization, will provide a comprehensive coverage of renewable energy technologies, such as wind, wave and solar thermal energy. Other industrial terms like photovoltaic systems, biomass, distributed generations and small hydro power systems are also discussed... more...

  • Renewables Information 2011by OECD Publishing; International Energy Agency

    Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2011; US$ 154.00

    Renewables Information provides a comprehensive review of historical and current market trends in OECD countries, including 2010 preliminary data. An Introduction, notes, definitions and auxiliary information are provided in Part I. Part II of the publication provides an overview of the development of renewables and waste in the world over the 1990... more...

  • ELECTRICITY GENERATION USING WIND POWERby William Shepherd; Zhang Li

    World Scientific Publishing Company 2011; US$ 127.00

    The use of the wind as an energy source is increasing and growing worldwide. Wind energy is an important non-fossil option to supplement fossil (coal, natural gas and oil) and nuclear fuels for the generation of electricity. Many parts of the world, particularly the coastlines of Western Europe, North Africa, North and South America, India, Eastern... more...

  • Deploying Renewablesby OECD Publishing; International Energy Agency

    OECD Publishing 2012; US$ 140.00

    The global energy system faces urgent challenges. Concerns about energy security are growing, as highlighted by the recent political turmoil in Northern Africa and the nuclear incident in Fukushima. At the same time, the need to respond to climate change is more critical than ever. Against this background, many governments have increased efforts to... more...

  • Organic Electronics for Energy Harvestingby Pira International Ltd

    iSmithers Rapra Publishing 2011; US$ 390.00

    Energy harvesting, also known as power harvesting or energy scavenging, is the process by which energy is derived from external sources, such as solar, wind, kinetic, and thermal and salinity gradients. This energy is captured and stored and is used for low-energy electronics. Energyharvesting, particularly from remote sources, is a striking alternative... more...

  • Energy Harvesting for Autonomous Systemsby Stephen Beeby; Neil White

    Artech House 2010; US$ 153.00

    This unique resource provides a detailed understanding of the options for harvesting energy from localized, renewable sources to supply power to autonomous wireless systems. You are introduced to a variety of types of autonomous system and wireless networks and discover the capabilities of existing battery-based solutions, RF solutions, and fuel cells.... more...

  • Advanced Energy Saving and its Applications in Industryby Kazuo Matsuda; Yasuki Kansha; Chihiro Fushimi

    Springer 2012; US$ 49.95

    The conventional approach for energy saving in a process system is to maximize heat recovery without changing any process conditions by using pinch technology. "Self-heat recuperation technology" was developed to achieve further energy saving in the process system by eliminating the necessity for any external heat input, such as firing or... more...

  • Energy Balances of non-OECD Countries 2012by International Energy Agency; Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

    OECD Publishing 2012; US$ 168.00

    This volume contains data for 2009 and 2010 on the supply and consumption of coal, oil, natural gas, electricity, heat, renewables and waste presented as comprehensive energy balances.  Data are expressed in thousand tonnes of oil equivalent for over 100 non-OECD countries. Historical tables summarise production, trade and final consumption data... more...