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This book deals with the application of life cycle assessment (LCA) methodology to sustainable energy systems and technologies. It reviews the state-of-the-art of the Italian experiences on the LCA applied to energy, and the most recent results from research in this field, with a particular focus on renewables, bio-energy and sustainable solutions. Energy Systems and Sustainability provides a thorough introduction to the economic, social, environmental and policy issues raised by current systems of energy use, as well as describing their key physical and engineering features. The book begins with an introductory account of . Geothermal energy – why it is treated as renewable even though it is being mined, its usage over the last century and its exciting future. Integrating renewable energy into energy systems – a detailed look at the conditions under which the various renewable energy sources can continue to make increasingly significant contributions to world. I am a member of the T ‘Energy for a Sustainable Future’ course team and exam board, and have recently produced two DVDs for the course on 'Urban Capture and Storage' and 'European Sustainable Energy Futures'. I am also writing units on Sustainable Energy in London for the course .
This material forms part of The Open University course T Energy for a sustainable future. The OpenLearn team. First published on Tue, 01 Dec as Energy policy and climate change. To find out more visit The Open University's Openlearn website. Creative Commons BY-NC-SA Energy policy and climate change. 4. Boyle, Godfrey, Renewable Energy: Power for a Sustainable Future, Second Edition, , Oxford University Press, New York. A textbook written as a major component of the Open University’s second level undergraduate course T Energy for a Sustainable Future. Written from the British point of view. Very informative and readable. 5. Reading member of course team, working with authors of two of the course’s four blocks. T Energy for a Sustainable Future! Worked on drafts of electricity unit and introductory chapter of renewable energy book. T You, your computer and the Net! – Chairman, Presentation Team, developed optional stream on Planetary. This album visits three hospitals which have adopted green approaches to energy efficiency, by cutting electricity consumption, reducing traffic volume, and even generating their own renewable energy. This material forms part of The Open University course T Energy for a sustainable future.
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