Renewable Energy - Technology and the Environment
- A.A.M. Sayigh, Department of Engineering, University of Reading, Reading, UK
Building on the success of the first Renewable Energy Conference held in Reading in 1990, Renewable Energy - Technology and the Environment delivers the proceedings of the second congress held in September 1992. The 100 invited papers and 350 selected papers cover all aspects of renewable energy including solar energy, wind energy, biomass, geothermal and hydrogen energy, providing a detailed look at the current status of the entire renewable energy field. Following the Rio Earth Summit in June 1992, world governments have begun to take seriously the threats that present energy systems pose and are now turning to alternative energy more and more. This book is aimed not just at scientists and researchers, but at policy makers and politicians.
For scientists, politicians, policy makers and environmentalists interested in renewable energy.