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Renewable Energies: Feasibility, Time and Cost Options $39.00
Authors: John O'M. Bockris (Gainesville, FL) 
Book Description:
Inside a decade, the availability of our conventional fuels will be doubtful. It is already late, then, to consider what sources we should develop. The principal requirement in addition to sufficient availability, at an acceptable cost, is that use of New Energy no longer involving injection of pollutants, in particular CO2 into the atmosphere. CH4 is a seldom mentioned danger: it comes increasingly with the rising temperature. This book covers six sources of renewable energy, starting with the popular ones such as solar and wind, but going on to others, waves, tides, hot rock geothermal and hydro. The feasibility in each case is analyzed, stressing how the inexhaustible energies are all cheap after the collecting machinery has been paid for. This book focuses on the development of such renewable energies as well as the cost of these various alternatives. The author, Professor John O'M. Bockris is a world renowned researcher and the author of many essential texts.

Table of Contents:
Chapter 1. Where Not to Look, pp. 1-3

Chapter 2. Hydro Resources, pp. 5-6

Chapter 3. Japanese Use of Hydro Power, pp. 7

Chapter 4. Summary, pp. 9

Chapter 5. Wind, pp. 11-26

Chapter 6. Solar, pp. 27-36

Chapter 7. Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC), pp. 37-42

Chapter 8. Tidal Energy, pp.43-48

Chapter 9. Biofuels, pp. 49-52

Chapter 10. Wave Energy, pp. 53-54

Chapter 11. Geothermal, pp. 55-61

Chapter 12. Australian Initiative, pp. 63

Chapter 13. Major Differences in Cost Accounting for Renewable and Nonrenewable Forms of Energy, pp. 65-66

Chapter 14. Environmental Effects of Renewables, pp. 67

Chapter 15. Limitations of Cost Estimates, pp.69-70

Chapter 16. Renewable Sources of Energy: A Brief Summary, pp.71-73

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   Series:
      Renewable Energy: Research, Development and Policies
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2009
   ISBN: 978-1-61122-449-8
   Status: AV
  
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