The Green Industrial Revolution: Energy, Engineering and Economics

Kobo ebook | November 1, 2014

byClark, Woodrow W. W.

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The new green industrial revolution is driven by a variety of global environmental concerns. In some regions, it is spurred by the scarcity of cheap affordable renewable energy that will also lead to a reduced reliance on fossil fuel in the production of power. In others, it is driven by a need to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from power generation. This book provides a comprehensive review of the most popular green "disruptive technologies in energy production as well as their economic impact. In addition, the book includes a multitude of international case studies where these technologies are currently deployed and their economic impact on the region.
  • Clearly explains the scientific, engineering, technological, and economics driving the Green Revolution in power generation
  • A guide to technologies such as renewable energy, smart green grids, and emission control technologies
  • Packed with international case studies that provides real-world examples of how these technologies are currently being deployed around the world
  • Explains the economic impact which these new technologies will play in building global sustainability

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The new green industrial revolution is driven by a variety of global environmental concerns. In some regions, it is spurred by the scarcity of cheap affordable renewable energy that will also lead to a reduced reliance on fossil fuel in the production of power. In others, it is driven by a need to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions ...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:November 1, 2014Publisher:Butterworth-HeinemannLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0128025530

ISBN - 13:9780128025536

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