Hydrogen and Fuel Cells by Bent Sorensen
Emerging Technologies and Applications (Sustainable World)

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Synopsis

The next several years will see a massive emergence of hydrogen fuel cells as an alterative energy option in both transportation and domestic use. The long-range expectation is that hydrogen will be used as a fuel, produced either from renewable energy, fossil, or nuclear sources, offering an environmentally acceptable and efficient source of power/energy.

Hydrogen and Fuel Cells describes in detail the techniques associated with all the production and conversion steps and the set-up of systems at a level suited for both academic and professional use. The book not only describes the "how" and "where" aspects hydrogen fuels cells may be used, but also the obstacles and benefits of its use, as well as the social implications (both economically and environmental). Thoroughly illustrated and cross-referenced, this is the ultimate reference for researchers, professionals and students in the field of renewable energy.

* Written by a world-renowned leader in the study of renewable energy.

* Thoroughly illustrated with cross-references for easy use and reference.

* Written at a level suited for both academic and professional use.
 

About Bent Sorensen

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Professor Emeritus at the Department of Environmental, Social, and Spatial Change, and a professor of physics at the Institute of Mathematics and Physics, both at Roskilde University, Denmark. He is also an independent consultant at Novator Advanced Technology Consulting. Dr. Sørensen is one of the world’s leading specialists in renewable energy. He has five decades of experience in researching the field, and has published hundreds of monographs, articles in scientific journals, technical reports, and conference contributions. He has received several awards and has been knighted by Her Majesty Queen Margrethe of Denmark.
 
Published February 17, 2005 by Academic Press. 400 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction
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