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Energy Transition

Energy Transition

Authors
Publisher Taylor & Francis Ltd
Year 23/02/2021
Edition Second
Pages 137
Version paperback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
ISBN 9780367542771
Categories Politics & government, Energy, Other manufacturing technologies, Energy technology & engineering, Alternative & renewable energy sources & technology, Environmental science, engineering & technology, Systems analysis & design
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Book description

This book presents both the importance of energy transition and its associated difficulties. Energy Transition, Second Edition, provides an explanation of the physical concepts of energy and power and also reviews global energy consumption and our dependence on energy. The book discusses the links between the economy and energy. It explains the drawbacks and dangers of different energy sources and tries to compare them. By reviewing future energy resources, it evaluates several transition scenarios. The book shows that the laws of physics prevent the emergence of simple, pleasant solutions, but it proposes potential solutions and encourages readers to develop better processes from energy sources to production to consumption. This book will be of interest to engineers and undergraduate and graduate students studying and working in various fields of energy; producers of fossil, gas, oil, coal, electric, renewable, and nuclear energy; and anyone interested in better understanding these fundamental problems for our future. FEATURES Discusses the current issues with energy transition Covers several energy transition scenarios and their associated difficulties Presents the links between economy and energy Highlights the importance of a global discussion of energy Encourages the development of better, improved processes in energy sources from production to consumption

Energy Transition

Table of contents

1. What Is Energy?


2. Energy Consumption in France and across the World


3. The Importance of Energy


4. Pollution, Risks and Problems Related to Energy Sources


5. A Comparison of Energy Sources: Related Dangers and Issues


6. Energy Resources


7. Energy Transition Scenarios


8. Energy Efficiency and Sobriety


9. Money, Too Expensive


10. Energy Myths and Legends


11. So, What Should We Do?


12. Conclusion, Prospects

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