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Clean Technology: General Books

Dictionary of Energy, 2nd Edition - Elsevier

At a time when the topic of energy prices, resources and environmental impacts are at the forefront of news stories and political discussions, we are pleased to announce the Dictionary of Energy, Second Edition. A comprehensive and authoritative reference on all aspects of energy and its role in society.

Competitive Electricity Markets: Design, Implementation, Performance - Elsevier

This book is suitable for professionals, policy makers/regulators, students, researchers, and investors in the electric power sector, generating companies, distribution companies, manufacturers and suppliers

Hybrid Vehicles: and the Future of Personal Transportation

With one billion cars expected to be on the roads of the world in the near future, the potential for war over oil and the negative environmental effects of emissions will be greater than ever before. Now is the time to seriously consider an alternative to standard automobiles.

Wind and Solar Power Systems: Design, Analysis, and Operation, Second Edition

The search for clean, renewable energy sources has yielded enormous growth and new developments in these technologies in a few short years, driving down costs and encouraging utilities in many nations, both developed and developing, to add and expand wind and solar power capacity. The first, best-selling edition of Wind and Solar Power Systems provided the most complete and modern treatment of renewable energy. This second edition continues the tradition by offering updated and expanded coverage of this growing field.

Introduction to Green Chemistry

This work responds to the growing imperative for a sustainable environment and benign-by-design industrial procedures. It presents an holistic and interdisciplinary approach for creating and using chemical products and processes. The author covers separation techniques, waste reduction methods, and novel recycling procedures - and includes over 5500 literature references, illustrations, and end-of-chapter problems, as well as recommended reading lists.

Concise Encyclopedia of the History of Energy - Elsevier

The Concise Encyclopedia of the History of Energy draws together in a single volume a comprehensive account of the field from the prestigious and award-winning Encyclopedia of Energy (2004). This volume covers all aspects of energy history with authoritative articles authoritatively contributed and edited by an interdisciplinary team of experts. Extensively revised since the original publication of they Encylopedia of Energy, this work describes the most interesting historical developments of the past five years in the energy sector

Grid Integration of Wind Energy Conversion Systems, 2nd Edition

Wind energy is a reliable, natural and renewable electrical power supply. The high installed capacity of today’s wind turbines and decreasing plant costs have shown that wind power can be competitive with conventional, more heavily polluting, fuels in the long term. Focusing on the electrical engineering aspects of wind energy, this completely revised edition provides a detailed treatment of electrical and mechanical components and their interdependency, power control and supervision in wind power plants, and the grid integration facility. The book incorporates all the recent technical developments in electrical power conversion systems and essential operating conditions.

Power Systems Modelling and Fault Analysis - Elsevier

This book provides a comprehensive practical treatment of the modelling of electrical power systems, and the theory and practice of fault analysis of power systems covering detailed and advanced theories as well as modern industry practices

Polyvinyl Alcohol: Materials, Processing and Applications - iSmithers-Rapra

Polyvinyl Alcohol: Materials, Processing and Applications Review Report provides a concise introduction to polyvinyl alcohol - the material itself, the processing and applications, and also potential future directions for PVOH