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Energy for the future.

Energy for the future.

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Published by National and Local Government Officers Association in (London?) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsNational and Local Government Officers Association.
The Physical Object
Pagination117p.
Number of Pages117
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20301224M

Future energy plants will be smaller in scale and far more commonplace. These producers of low-cost renewables will bring energy to a local level, allowing the everyday person to generate and trade energy. A significant benefit of bringing energy production to a local level is the reduction is waste. By providing an evidence-based vision of change, the book can play a significant role in influencing our future. Written for designers; engineers; operations, technical, and business managers; traders; and government and NGO officials associated with business, climate, energy, environment, waste, trade and .

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DOI link for The Future of Energy Use. The Future of Energy Use book. The Future of Energy Use. DOI link for The Future of Energy Use. The Future of Energy Use book. By Geoff O'Brien, Nicola Pearsall, Phil O'Keefe. Edition 2nd Edition. First Published eBook Published 9 February “Our future energy supplies rely upon hard choices. Richard Martin educates us on our troubled history with nuclear energy, and even more importantly, how to develop this essential source of 21st century clean energy. This is the type of book that can make a difference!” —John Hofmeister, author of Why We Hate the Oil Companies.


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