Renewable Energy by Anne E. Maczulak
Sources and Methods (Green Technology)

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It is difficult to identify a defining moment that turned the tide toward less-polluting energy sources, but most people today have a fresh outlook on the environment and realize the importance of conservation. In recent years, a new community of people who want alternative energies for their cars, public vehicles, and houses has emerged. "Renewable Energy" reviews the current status of technologies in renewable energy, a critical subject since the world now increases its energy consumption between 1 to 3 percent each year. Covering the current rate of energy consumption and the consequences of continuing this rate, this new book explains how the main conventional forms of energy - including coal, oil, and gas - contribute to economies. The focus of this full-color book is the remarkable diversity of ideas that are born every day in the field of alternative energy. The chapters include: Earth's Energy Sources; Recycling; Gasoline Alternative Vehicles; Biorefineries; Innovations in Clean Energy; Green Building Design; and, Energy from Solid Biomass.
 

About Anne E. Maczulak

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Anne E. Maczulak, PhD, has been a microbiologist in industry and academia for 20 years. She currently consults in quality assurance for biotechnology, pharmaceutical, consumer product, and chemical companies. Mazola's career has covered research in a range of microbial environments, such as the skin and scalp, kitchen drains, and even the inside of a cow's stomach. She lives in Novato, CA.
 
Published November 30, 2009 by Facts on File. 206 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology, Education & Reference, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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