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Technology By Andreas Sofroniou
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This book is extensively dealing with Technology and Applied Sciences. It covers the first technologies; irrigation systems, road networks and wheeled vehicles, a pictographic form of writing and... More > building techniques. It carries on with the 19th century sciences and new technologies, such as the telegraph, the telephone, electricity generation and photography. It continues into the 20th century with advances in the natural sciences, including radio and television, sound recording and reproduction, synthetic fibres, pharmaceutical products, nuclear power, and the development of the computer and information technology, as a new technological revolution. It also covers; pollution, depletion of energy resources, renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power, the recycling of raw materials, conservation of energy, and about people who in recent years sought to develop appropriate technologies, using local materials and techniques, in partnership with the indigenous peoples.< Less
P.T.A.H. TECHNOLOGY: Engineering Applications of African Sciences By African Creation Energy
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The purpose of the book entitled “P.T.A.H. Technology” is to show the fact that modern scientific concepts related to electricity and power are African in origin; To provide the reader... More > with experiments to obtain first hand experience as evidence of the concepts presented in practical application; To RE-Engineer, restore, reclaim, and re-new African Scientific and Engineering concepts; To empower the reader by providing knowledge on how to use the Natural Resources of the Earth to Create Electricity, Energy, and Power. This book is an introductory educational tool for a long term goal and mission of growing, cultivating, nurturing, and promoting African Creativity, and Ingenuity to develop, engineer, innovate, invent, and create any structures, devices, or systems needed. The importance of Technology is emphasized in this book to provide Motivation, inspiration, revelations, and Insight into the Ancient African creative process of developing Technology in accordance with Nature.< Less
Renewable Energy Technologies for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises By Strategic Sustainability Consulting
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Energy and Analytics: Big Data & Technology Integration By John J. “Jack” McGowan, CEM
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The goal of this book is to provide an energy manager's master reference for learning how to leverage "big data" style analytics to manage and coordinate the key issues in both energy... More > supply and demand for a facility - and thereby to offer a more holistic approach for optimizing energy-related facility performance. The author provides the reader with a detailed explanation of the underlying systems technologies which enable big data in buildings, and how these technologies can be utilized to provide added cost benefit from energy efficiency, onsite solar and electricity markets. The book was written to serve as a primer on building automation systems (BAS) standards, web services, and electricity markets and programs, providing a complete tutorial on energy analytics hardware, software and internet-enabled offerings which successful energy managers must understand today.< Less
Briquetting Technology for Energy Conservation Using Agricultural Residues By Surendra Kalbande, Swapnaja Jadhav
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Briquetting of biomass carries tremendous scope and potential in converting the agro residues into a more usable form as a fuel.This technology is used to compact the biomass into high density... More > briquettes.This technology eliminates problems of handling, storage and transportation.< Less
Megatrends for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy By Michael F. Hordeski
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What are the major developments and trends which are emerging and evolving to set the course for meeting the growing energy needs of the modern world? This comprehensive book explores this... More > compelling and complex topic, examining the driving and often competing forces which come into play as we move forward. Currently 85% of the world's energy systems are powered by coal, oil and other fossil fuels. However, as growing concern for the climate crisis and carbon emissions move to the forefront, while simultaneously it becomes clear that the end of cheap oil is in sight, the need for increased emphasis on both energy efficiency and alternative sources of energy can no longer be ignored. The author provides an overview of the ongoing energy mix evolution, current technology and alternative fuel developments, sustainable building trends, evolving energy efficiency practices, and more.< Less
Intuition Technology By John Living
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An ‘in-depth’ look at understanding ourselves and how we operate in our Energetic Environment - with an extended examination of our own Energy Bodies, including the effect and Healing... More > (with the aid of Angelic Forces) of problems in our Energy Bodies that cause illness . How our Heart-Mind-Brain team works with our nervous-muscular system to signal responses. Magnifying these signals and amplifying our ‘Power of Thought’ to achieve miraculous results by using tools - a skill known as Dowsing. Using our Intuition and ‘Power of Thought’ to make Energetic Medicines and achieve Good Health without side-effects ! Make your own 'Radionics Machine' and other ways to do Healing at a distance without any chance of harm. Be Guided by your Intuition and succeed !< Less
Dictionary of 21st Century Energy Technologies, Financing and Sustainability By Gene Beck
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This unique and comprehensive desktop reference addresses the diverse terms and acronyms that form the backbone of the 21st century energy technologies, applications of those technologies, and the... More > emerging sustainability sector of the U.S. economy. The merging interactions encompass a wide range of legacy as well as emerging renewable energy technologies, including their integral finance and sustainability business components. The volume's over 8,000 entries makes it the largest dictionary ever compiled on these specific subjects. Intended to help novices and experts alike cut through the confusion and better understand the vocabulary of this fast growing field, this comprehensive body of knowledge concisely explains both the technologies and the thousands of related new technical terms and acronyms. The result is a practical tool that should find a central place on the desk of anyone involved in energy, management and development of sustainability issues anywhere in the world.< Less
On technological change and the energy transition challenge: studies on patents, business models, technology adoption, and diffusion barriers By Benedikt Römer
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Energy systems worldwide are on the brink of their largest transformation since the construction of today’s electricity grids. This dissertation includes four studies on managerial and economic... More > aspects of this transition. The first study focuses on smart grid technologies, compares inventive activities in OECD countries and tests hypotheses with a panel data regression model. The second study reviews literature on business models for renewable energies in developing and industrialized countries and provides an overview of key drivers, barriers and business opportunities. Study three analyzes the technology adoption of electricity storage systems with a quantitative large-scale user study. The fourth study uses qualitative expert interviews and emphasizes the importance of positive externalities for the diffusion of smart grid enabling technologies. This book helps to better understand the challenges in the transition of energy systems and to successfully craft necessary strategies.< Less
Energy & Tesla - Abbreviated Version By James Danforth
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The continuous and rapidly declining cost of solar power, combined with simultaneous declines in the cost of lithium batteries (“LB”) shown in this report has suddenly put the entire... More > global energy generation industry (28 Terrawatts of power in 2020) up for grabs. This is equivalent to $71 trillion of solar market potential, up from essentially zero in 2010. See Appendix AD for more details on this outlook. 
 Tesla’s business is growing rapidly as people and companies globally push to use more solar power and less FF’s. Solar power and electric vehicles (“EV”) extend the lives of important, finite, FF reserves. Since solar power is effectively an infinite source of clean energy, its the only real choice that we have to avoid running out of energy globally now that our civilization is so large. Solar power is also the lowest cost energy source.< Less