Renewable energy : its physics, engineering, use, environmental impacts, economy and planning aspects

@inproceedings{Sorensen2000RenewableE,
  title={Renewable energy : its physics, engineering, use, environmental impacts, economy and planning aspects},
  author={B. Sorensen},
  year={2000}
}
  • B. Sorensen
  • Published 2000
  • Engineering
  • Renewable Energy, published by Academic Press in 1979, is considered the foundation text for renewable energy studies worldwide. The First Edition put renewable energy on the map, academically speaking. In 1979 there were no academic curricula in this field at any university, so the book was targeted at graduate level and researchers. Today, however, the importance of the topic is widely acknowledged. Not only it is taught in engineering, physics, and environmental sciences departments, but is… CONTINUE READING
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