Emerging energy alternatives for sustainable environment
Contributor(s): Singh, D. P., ed | Kothari, Richa, ed | Tyagi, V. V., ed.Publisher: New Delhi TERI Press 2016Description: xiii, 522p.ISBN: 9788179934111.Subject(s): Renewable energy sources--India | Energy policy--Environmental aspects--India | Sustainable development--India | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS--Real Estate--General | Green technology--India | Sustainable developmentDDC classification: 333.7940954 | Em32
|PK Kelkar Library, IIT Kanpur
|333.7940954 Em32 (Browse shelf)
Energy and Resources Institute, host institution.
Sustainability of environment is an emerging global issue at present. Unsustainable or deteriorating environment is a matter of concern as it has threatened the survival of living creatures. Recently, climate change has been matter of great concern at a global platform owing to imbalances in natural environment. Increasing population has increased the demand for energy, which has ultimately put pressure on natural resources and caused a paradigm shift from resource generation to exploitation. Emerging Energy Alternatives for Sustainable Environment aims to address the role of sustainable technologies in energy generation options for clean environment. It covers a wide spectrum of energy generation approaches, with an emphasis on five key topics: (i) renewable energy sources and recent advances, (ii) emerging green technologies for sustainable development, (iii) assessment of biomass for sustainable bioenergy production, (iv) solid waste management and its potential for energy generation, and (v) solar energy applications, storage system, and heat transfer. This book provides essential and comprehensive knowledge of green energy technologies with different aspects for engineers, technocrats and researchers working in the industry, universities, and research institutions. The book is also very useful for undergraduate and graduate students of science and engineering who are keen to know about the development of renewable energy products and their corresponding processes.