Renewable Energy Sources: Traditional and Modern Age Technologies

@inproceedings{Hafezi2020RenewableES,
  title={Renewable Energy Sources: Traditional and Modern Age Technologies},
  author={R. Hafezi and M. Alipour},
  year={2020}
}
Renewable energy (RE) resources are those energy types that are replaced by natural processes over time. However, the noted definition is not complete. After the Industrial Revolution, the rate of energy resources utilization jumped, and as an example annual per capita energy consumption has been increased about 170% during 1750s to 1850s in England (Wrigley 2010). As a result, the definition of an RE resource has evolved to incorporate the replacing period, such that the consumption rate of an… Expand

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