New Technologies for Energy Efficiency
First published in 2002. This book examines the full scope of technologies available to address the electricity supply crisis. The author details the tools and technologies available for incorporating smaller, cleaner, more efficient energy into energy management plans. He examines the role of new technologies in reducing operating costs and developing more innovative and practical approaches to energy management. Topics include implementation of alternative energy programs, management of power quality, cost-effective power generation solutions, cost-effective energy services, information monitoring and diagnostic systems, energy storage options, integration of lighting and cooling systems, and more.
Energy Demand, Sources & Rate Trends
Energy Sources: Heat Pumps, Solar Energy & Wind Power
Integration of Cooling, Heating & Power Systems
Power Quality, Loads & Harmonics
Fuel Cell Power
Modular Power Generation: Turbines, Gasification, Combined Cycle Generation