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Renewable Energy

1st Edition

Edited by Marc A. Rosen

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This four-volume collection brings together the most important canonical papers in the wide and important field of renewable energy. This is the first coherent academic reference work to date.

By looking at renewable energy topics such as solar, wind and geothermal energy; bioenergy and waste waste-derived; tidal, wave and hydraulic energy; ocean thermal energy, this major work addresses both existing and potential future renewable energy technologies and systems.

Table of Contents

Volume I: Energy and Energy Sustainability

Part 1: Energy Systems and Types of Energy

1. Nicola Armaroli and Vincenzo Balzani, ‘The Future of Energy Supply: Challenges and Opportunities’, Angew. Chem. Int, 2007, 46, 52–66.

2. Ulrich Schindewolf and Karl W. Böddeker, ‘Renewable Energies’, Desalination and Water Treatment, 2010, 13, 3, 1–12.

3. Marc A. Rosen, ‘Energy Sources: Natural versus Additional’, in S. E. Jorgensen (ed.), Encyclopedia of Environmental Management, Vol. II (Taylor & Francis, 2012).

Part 2: Environmental Impact of Energy Systems

4. Tasneem Abbasi and S. A. Abbasi, ‘Is the Use of Renewable Energy Sources an Answer to the Problems of Global Warming and Pollution?’, Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology, 2012, 42, 2, 99–154.

5. N. L. Panwar, S. C. Kaushik, and Surendra Kothari, ‘Role of Renewable Energy Sources in Environmental Protection: A Review’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2011, 15, 3, 1513–24.

6. Marc A. Rosen, Ibrahim Dincer, and Mehmet Kanoglu, ‘Role of Exergy in Increasing Efficiency and Sustainability and Reducing Environmental Impact’, Energy Policy, 2008, 36, 128–37.

7. Richard Inger, Martin J. Attrill, Stuart Bearhop, Annette C. Broderick, W. James Grecian, David J. Hodgson, Cheryl Mills, Emma Sheehan, Stephen C. Votier, Matthew J. Witt, and Brendan J. Godley, ‘Marine Renewable Energy: Potential Benefits to Biodiversity? An Urgent Call for Research’, Journal of Applied Ecology, 2009, 46, 1145–53.

Part 3: Energy Sustainability and Sustainable Development

8. Marc A. Rosen, ‘Energy Sustainability: A Pragmatic Approach and Illustrations’, Sustainability, 2009, 1, 1, 55–80.

9. Annette Evans, Vladimir Strezov, and Tim J. Evans, ‘Assessment of Sustainability Indicators for Renewable Energy Technologies’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2009, 13, 5, 1082–8.

10. Steven Chu and Arun Majumdar, ‘Opportunities and Challenges for a Sustainable Energy Future’, Nature, 2012, 488, 294–303.

11. Robert U. Ayres, Hal Turton, and Tom Casten, ‘Energy Efficiency, Sustainability and Economic Growth’, Energy, 2007, 32, 5, 634–48.

Volume II: Types of Renewable Energy

Part 1: Solar Energy

12. Bhubaneswari Parida, S. Iniyan, and Ranko Goic, ‘A Review of Solar Photovoltaic Technologies’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2011, 15, 3, 1625–36.

13. R. Kumar and M. A. Rosen, ‘A Critical Review of Photovoltaic-Thermal Solar Collectors for Air Heating’, Applied Energy, 2011, 88, 11, 3603–614.

14. Mohamed Darwish, Rabi Mohtar, Youssef Elgendy, and Mokhtar Chmeissani, ‘Desalting Seawater in Qatar by Renewable Energy: A Feasibility Study’, Desalination and Water Treatment, 2012, 47, 1–3, 279–94.

Part 2: Wind Energy

15. K. Kaygusuz, ‘Wind Power for a Clean and Sustainable Energy Future’, Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning, and Policy, 2009, 4, 1, 122–33.

16. G. M. Joselin Herbert, S. Iniyan, E. Sreevalsan, and S. Rajapandian, ‘A Review of Wind Energy Technologies’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2007, 11, 1117–45.

17. D. Koračin, R. Belu, B. Canadillas, K. Horvath, R. Vellore, C. Smith, J. Jiang, and T. Mccord, ‘A Review of Challenges in Assessment and Forecasting of Wind Energy Resources’, Croatian Meteorological Journal, 2012, 47, 13–33.

Part 3: Geothermal Energy

18. John W. Lund, ‘Direct Utilization of Geothermal Energy’, Energies, 2010, 3, 1443–71.

19. Darrell L. Gallup, ‘Production Engineering in Geothermal Technology: A Review’, Geothermics, 2009, 38, 3, 326–34.

20. Dejan Milenić, Petar Vasiljević, and Ana Vranješ, ‘Criteria for Use of Groundwater as Renewable Energy Source in Geothermal Heat Pump Systems for Building Heating/Cooling Purposes’, Energy and Buildings, 2010, 42, 5, 649–57.

Part 4: Bioenergy and Waste-derived Energy

21. Xianyang Zeng, Yitai Ma, and Lirong Ma, ‘Utilization of Straw in Biomass Energy in China’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2007, 11, 976–87.

22. Charlotte de Fraiture, Mark Giordano, and Yongsong Liao, ‘Biofuels and Implications for Agricultural Water Use: Blue Impacts of Green Energy’, Water Policy, 2008, 10, 1, 67–81.

23. John A. Mathews, ‘Carbon-negative Biofuels’, Energy Policy, 2008, 36, 3, 940–5.

24. S.Soltani, S. M. S. Mahmoudi, M. Yari, and M. A. Rosen, ‘Thermodynamic Analyses of a Biomass Integrated Fired Combined Cycle’, Applied Thermal Engineering, 2013, 59, 1–2, 60–8.

25. Richa Kothari, V. V. Tyagi, and Ashish Pathak, ‘Waste-to-Energy: A Way from Renewable Energy Sources to Sustainable Development’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2010, 14, 3164–70.

26. Rene Alvarez, Gunnar Liden, ‘Semi-continuous Co-digestion of Solid Slaughterhouse Waste, Manure, and Fruit and Vegetable Waste’, Renewable Energy, 2008, 33, 726–34.

27. M. Balat and H. Balat, ‘Biogas as a Renewable Energy Source: A Review’, Energy Sources, Part A, 2009, 31, 1280–93.

Part 5: Tidal, Wave and Hydraulic Energy and Ocean Thermal Energy

28. António F. de O. Falcão, ‘Wave Energy Utilization: A Review of the Technologies’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2010, 14, 3, 899–918.

29. C. M. Wang, A. A. Yee, H. Krock, and Z. Y. Tay, ‘Research and Developments on Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion’, The IES Journal Part A: Civil & Structural Engineering, 2011, 4, 1, 41–52.

30. Farshid Zabihian and Alan S. Fung, ‘Review of Marine Renewable Energies: Case Study of Iran’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2011, 15, 2461–74.

Volume III: Energy Technologies that Facilitate Renewable-Energy Use

Part 1: Multigeneration and Integrated Energy Systems

31. Józef Paska, Piotr Biczel, and Mariusz Kłos, ‘Hybrid Power Systems: An Effective Way of Utilising Primary Energy Sources’, Renewable Energy, 2009, 34, 11, 2414–21.

32. M. Liserre, T. Sauter, and J. Y. Hung, ‘Future Energy Systems: Integrating Renewable Energy Sources Into the Smart Power Grid Through Industrial Electronics’, IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine, 2010, 4, 1, 18–37.

33. Juan Manuel Carrasco, Leopoldo Garcia Franquelo, Jan T. Bialasiewicz, Eduardo Galván, Ramón C. Portillo Guisado, Ma. Ángeles Martín Prats, José Ignacio León, and Narciso Moreno-Alfonso, ‘Power-Electronic Systems for the Grid Integration of Renewable Energy Sources: A Survey’, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, 2006, 53, 4, 1002–16.

34. Petar Sabev Varbanov and Jirbreveí Jaromír Klemeš, ‘Total Sites Integrating Renewables With Extended Heat Transfer and Recovery’, Heat Transfer Engineering, 2010, 31, 9, 733–41.

Part 2: District Energy

35. Behnaz Rezaie and Marc A. Rosen, ‘District Heating and Cooling: Review of Technology and Potential Enhancements’, Applied Energy, 2012, 93, 2–10.

36. H. Lund, B. Moller, B. V. Mathiesen, and A. Dyrelund, ‘The Role of District Heating in Future Renewable Energy Systems’, Energy, 2010, 35, 3, 1381–90.

Part 3: Energy Storage

37. Nirmal-Kumar C. Nair and Niraj Garimella, ‘Battery Energy Storage Systems: Assessment for Small-scale Renewable Energy Integration’, Energy and Buildings, 2010, 42, 11, 2124–30.

38. Olga Moraes Toledo, Delly Oliveira Filho, and Antônia Sônia Alves Cardoso Diniz, ‘Distributed Photovoltaic Generation and Energy Storage Systems: A Review’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2010, 14, 506–11.

39. Mehdi Hosseini, Ibrahim Dincer, and Marc A. Rosen, ‘Investigation of a Hybrid Photovoltaic-Biomass System with Energy Storage Options’, Journal of Solar Energy Engineering, 2014, 136, 3.

40. Alfred Cavallo, ‘Controllable and Affordable Utility-scale Electricity from Intermittent Wind Resources and Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES)’, Energy, 2007, 32, 120–7.

Part 4: Hydrogen Energy Systems and Technologies

41. P. P. Edwards, V. L. Kuznetsov, W. I. F. David, and N. P. Brandon, ‘Hydrogen and Fuel Cells: Towards a Sustainable Energy Future’, Energy Policy, 2008, 36, 4356–62.

42. John Turner, George Sverdrup, Margaret K. Mann, Pin-Ching Maness, Ben Kroposki, Maria Ghirardi, Robert J. Evans, and Dan Blake, ‘Renewable Hydrogen Production’, Int. J. Energy Res., 2008, 32, 379–407.

43. A. Ursua, L. M. Gandia, and P. Sanchis, ‘Hydrogen Production From Water Electrolysis: Current Status and Future Trends’, Proceedings of the IEEE, 2012, 100, 2, 410–26.

44. A. Yilanci, I. Dincer, and H. K. Ozturk, ‘A Review on Solar-Hydrogen/Fuel Cell Hybrid Energy Systems for Stationary Applications’, Progress in Energy and Combustion Sci., 2009, 35, 231–44.

45. Patrick C Hallenbeck, ‘Microbial Paths to Renewable Hydrogen Production’, Biofuels, 2011, 2, 3, 285–302.

46. Leye M. Amoo and R. Layi Fagbenle, ‘Hydrogen Energy’s Key Contributions to the Sustainable Energy Mix of a Low-carbon Future in Nigeria’, International Journal of Sustainable Energy, 2014, 33, 4, 742–65.

Volume IV: Assessments, Comparisons, and Planning for Renewable-Energy Options and Research on Renewable Energy

Assessments, Comparisons, and Planning for Renewable-Energy Options

Part 1: Technical Performance

47. Deepak Paramashivan Kaundinya, P. Balachandra, and N. H. Ravindranath, ‘Grid-connected Versus Stand-alone Energy Systems for Decentralized Power—A Review of Literature’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2009, 13, 8, 2041–50.

48. Athanasios Angelis-Dimakis, Markus Biberacher, Javier Dominguez, Giulia Fiorese, Sabine Gadocha, Edgard Gnansounou, Giorgio Guariso, Avraam Kartalidis, Luis Panichelli, Irene Pinedo, and Michela Robba, ‘Methods and Tools to Evaluate the Availability of Renewable Energy Sources’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2011, 15, 2, 1182–1200.

49. Hongxing Yang, Zhou Wei, and Lou Chengzhi, ‘Optimal Design and Techno-economic Analysis of a Hybrid Solar–Wind Power Generation System’, Applied Energy, 2009, 86, 2, 163–9.

Part 2: Economics

50. Brian Vad Mathiesen, Henrik Lund, and Kenneth Karlsson, ‘100% Renewable Energy Systems, Climate Mitigation and Economic Growth’, Applied Energy, 2011, 88, 2, 488–501.

51. Philippe Menanteau, Dominique Finon, and Marie-Laure Lamy, ‘Prices versus Quantities: Choosing Policies for Promoting the Development of Renewable Energy’, Energy Policy, 2003, 31, 799–812.

52. Varun, Ravi Prakash, and Inder Krishnan Bhat, ‘Energy, Economics and Environmental Impacts of Renewable Energy Systems’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2009, 13, 2716–21.

Part 3: Social Acceptance

53. Patrick Devine-Wright, ‘Beyond NIMBYism: Towards an Integrated Framework for Understanding Public Perceptions of Wind Energy’, Wind Energy, 2005, 8, 2, 125–39.

54. Rolf Wüstenhagen, Maarten Wolsink, and Mary Jean Bürer, ‘Social Acceptance of Renewable Energy Innovation: An Introduction to the Concept’, Energy Policy, 2007, 35, 5, 2683–91.

55. Ian Bailey, Jodie West, and Ian Whitehead, ‘Out of Sight But Not Out of Mind? Public Perceptions of Wave Energy’, Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 2011, 13, 2, 139–57.

Part 4: Renewable Energy Planning and Policies

56. David Gordon Wilson, ‘Energy Supplies and Future Engines for Land, Sea, and Air’, Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 2012, 62, 6, 607–24.

57. R. Saidur, M. R. Islam, N. A. Rahim, and K. H. Solangi, ‘A Review on Global Wind Energy Policy’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2010, 14, 7, 1744–62.

58. K. H. Solangi, M. R. Islam, R. Saidur, N. A. Rahim, and H. Fayaz, ‘A Review on Global Solar Energy Policy’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2011, 15, 2149–63.

59. Can Sener and Vasilis Fthenakis, ‘Energy Policy and Financing Options to Achieve Solar Energy Grid Penetration Targets: Accounting for External Costs’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2014, 32, 9, 854–68.

Research on Renewable Energy

Part 1: New Types of Renewable Energy

60. Nyomi Uduman, Ying Qi, Michael K. Danquah, Gareth M. Forde, and Andrew Hoadley, ‘Dewatering of Microalgal Cultures: A Major Bottleneck to Algae-based Fuels’, Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy, 2010, 2, 012701.

61. Pierre Collet, Arnaud Hélias, Laurent Lardon, Monique Ras, Romy-Alice Goy, and Jean-Philippe Steyer, ‘Life-cycle Assessment of Microalgae Culture Coupled to Biogas Production’, Bioresource Technology, 2011, 102, 207–14.

62. Deepak Pant, Gilbert Van Bogaert, Ludo Diels, and Karolien Vanbroekhoven, ‘A Review of the Substrates Used in Microbial Fuel Cells (MFCs) for Sustainable Energy Production’, Bioresource Technology, 2010, 101, 1533–43.

63. Pouria Ahmadi, Ibrahim Dincer, and Marc A. Rosen, ‘Energy and Exergy Analyses of Hydrogen Production via Solar-Boosted Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion and PEM Electrolysis’, Int. J. Hydrogen Energy, 2013, 38, 4, 1795–805.

Part 2: Advances and Developments in Renewable Energy

64. Jacob Brouwer, ‘On the Role of Fuel Cells and Hydrogen in a More Sustainable and Renewable Energy Future’, Current Applied Physics, 2010, 10, 2, 9–17.

65. Sakkarin Chingulpitak and Somchai Wongwises, ‘Critical Review of the Current Status of Wind Energy in Thailand’, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 2014, 31, 3, 312–18.

66. Simon-Philippe Breton, Geir Moe, ‘Status, Plans and Technologies for Offshore Wind Turbines in Europe and North America’, Renewable Energy, 2009, 34, 646–54.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI024000
SCIENCE / Energy
SCI030000
SCIENCE / Earth Sciences / Geography