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10 Best Renewable Energy Books Of 2020

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Reading lights up your mind especially in the field that you feel passionate about so if your passion is about the renewable energy industry, then I have good news for you. As renewable Energy gets more important in these days, there are many books that are already have been published on renewable energy about how it can be a good source for producing energy, also about other aspects that cover all the sides of renewable energy. Next, are the 10 Best renewable energy Books you will ever read, These books are sold all over the world and have good customer reviews and feedback.

The 10 Best Renewable Energy Books
The 10 Best Renewable Energy Books.

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Renewable Energy: Power for a Sustainable Future - Author: Godfrey Boyle
  • Oxford University Press (UK)
  • Boyle, Godfrey (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 566 Pages - 11/08/2012 (Publication Date) - Oxford University Press (Publisher)

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Renewable: The World-Changing Power of Alternative Energy First Edition - Author: Jeremy Shere
  • Book Description: Where does the energy we use come from? It's absolutely vital to every single thing we do every day, but for most people, it is utterly invisible. Flick a switch and the lights go on. It might as well be magic.
  • Science writer Jeremy Shere shows us in Renewable: The World-Changing Power of Alternative Energy that energy is anything but magical. Producing it in fossil fuel form is a dirty, expensive―but also hugely profitable― enterprise, with enormous but largely hidden costs to the entire planet. The cold, hard fact is that at some point we will have wrung the planet dry of easily accessible sources of fossil fuel. And when that time comes, humankind will have no choice but to turn―or, more accurately, return―to other, cleaner, renewable energy sources. What will those sources be? How far have we come to realizing the technologies that will make these sources available?
  • To find the answers, Shere began his journey with a tour of a traditional coal-fueled power plant in his home state of Indiana. He then continued on, traveling from coast to coast as he spoke to scientists, scholars and innovators. He immersed himself in the green energy world: visiting a solar farm at Denver's airport, attending the Wind Power Expo and a wind farm tour in Texas, investigating turbines deep in New York City's East River, and much more.
  • Arranged in five parts―Green Gas, Sun, Wind, Earth, and Water―Renewable tells the stories of the most interesting and promising types of renewable energy: namely, biofuel, solar, wind, geothermal, and hydropower. But unlike many books about alternative energy, Renewable is not obsessed with megawatts and tips for building home solar panels. Instead, Shere digs into the rich, surprisingly long histories of these technologies, bringing to life the pioneering scientists, inventors, and visionaries who blazed the way for solar, wind, hydro, and other forms of renewable power, and unearthing the curious involvement of great thinkers like Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and Nicola Tesla.
  • We are at an important crossroads in the history of renewable technologies. The possibilities are endless and enticing, and it has become increasingly clear that renewable energy is the way of the future. In Renewable, Jeremy Shere's natural curiosity and serious research come together in an entertaining and informative guide to where renewable energy has been, where it is today, and where it's heading.

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Renewable Energy: A First Course - Author: Robert Ehrlich
  • CRC Press
  • Ehrlich, Robert (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 464 Pages - 03/15/2013 (Publication Date) - CRC Press (Publisher)

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Renewable Energy: Sustainable Energy Concepts for the Energy Change - Author: Roland Wengenmayr
  • Book Description: In the years since the publication of the first edition of this book, the world has undergone drastic changes in terms of energy sources. This is reflected in the expansion of this second edition from 20 to 26 chapters. The most dramatic occurrence was the Tsunami which struck Japan in March of 2011 and set off a reactor catastrophe at the nuclear power plants in Fukushima. On the other hand fossil fuel technology drives the climate change to a threatening level. So, renewable energy sources are essential for the 21st century. The increasing number of wind power plants, solar collectors and photovoltaic installations demonstrates perceptibly that many innovations for tapping renewable energy sources have matured: very few other technologies have developed so dynamically in the past years.
  • Nearly all the chapters were written by professionals in the respective fields. That makes this book an especially valuable and reliable source of information. The second edition is extended by several new chapters such as tidal power stations, the Desertec project, thermography of buildings and more. Furthermore, the critical debate about current first generation bio-fuels is carefully reflected, and the book presents promising solutions that do not trade in food for fuel.
  • The editors are experienced journalists and illustrate the text with simple diagrams and information boxes, printed in full-color throughout.
  • A valuable resource for applied physicists, engineers in power technology, engineers, and anyone interested in natural sciences.

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Renewable Energy Systems - Authors: David M. Buchla, Thomas E. Kissell, Thomas L. Floyd
  • Book Description: Renewable Energy Systems is an introductory text that offers broad coverage of all major renewable energy systems, resources, and related topics, such as wind turbines, solar energy, biomass, geothermal energy, water related power generation, fuel cells and generators.
  • The text provides readers the detailed, accessible overview needed to understand the breadth of renewable energy technologies and materials.
  • Accessible presentation. Chapter and section openers, margin features, and clear presentation of physics and mathematics help students learn the subject matter.
  • Applied practice. Section check-ups, worked examples, and coverage of key technologies show how technologies and materials are applied.
  • Visually engaging. The text is loaded with illustrations, original drawings, and photographs in full color.

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Alternative Energy For Dummies - Author: Rik DeGunther
  • Wiley Publishing
  • DeGunther, Rik (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 388 Pages - 05/04/2009 (Publication Date) - For Dummies (Publisher)

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Renewable Energy: Physics, Engineering, Environmental Impacts, Economics and Planning - Author: Bent Sørensen
  • Academic Press
  • Hardcover Book
  • Sørensen, Bent (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 976 Pages - 12/03/2010 (Publication Date) - Academic Press (Publisher)

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Renewable Energy Resources - Author: John Twidell
  • Book Description: Retaining the successful format of the first edition and building on its solid grounding in the principles of renewable energy resources, this second edition has been revised in line with the latest advances in the field to include new technologies and an assessment of their impact. Considering each technology in depth from both scientific and environmental perspectives, it covers solar energy, photovoltaic, wind, wave, tidal and hydro power, biofuels, geothermals and more, as well as featuring a new chapter on institutional factors, including economics. In addition, extra worked problems and case studies are also provided to help readers put theory into practice.
  • Reading and web-based material for further study is indicated after each chapter, making this text ideal, not only for practitioners, but also for students on multi-disciplinary masters degrees in science and engineering as well specialist modules in science and engineering first degrees.

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Renewable Energy: Discover the Fuel of the Future With 20 Projects - Author: Joshua Sneideman
  • Sneideman, Joshua (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 128 Pages - 04/12/2016 (Publication Date) - Nomad Press (Publisher)

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Renewable Energy Sources - Wind, Solar and Hydro Energy Edition - Author: Baby Professor
  • Book Description: After a general description of what renewable energy sources are, here’s a specific discussion of wind, solar and hydro energy. Empower your children with the knowledge required to care for the environment. This book will make an excellent resource for children and their parents. Go ahead and secure a copy today!

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