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"Green Energy and Environment" ed. by Eng Hwa Yapm, Andrew Huey Ping Tan

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"Green Energy and Environment" ed. by Eng Hwa Yapm, Andrew Huey Ping Tan

"Green Energy and Environment" ed. by Eng Hwa Yapm, Andrew Huey Ping Tan
ITExLi | 2020 | ISBN: 1838805729 9781838805722 1838805710 9781838805715 1838805737 9781838805739 | 130 pages | PDF | 16 MB

This book aims to focus on the volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA) of addressing the future of energy and environment by considering contemporary issues and insights from diverse contexts, viewed as a system, and anchored upon emerging and smart energy technologies.

Energy is a vital element in sustaining our modern society but the future of energy is volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous; especially when facing a continuous drive to ensure a sustained and equitable access as well as mounting pressures to reduce its emissions. Traditional approaches in developing energy technologies have always been in isolation with distinct and unique contexts. However, we cannot afford to work in silos any longer. Future energy systems and their relationship with the society and the environment will have to be conceived, designed, developed, commissioned, and operated alongside and within contemporary geo-political, ethical, and socio-economic contexts. This has posed an unprecedented volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity (VUCA), where systemic and holistic approaches are often warranted.

Contents
1.Sustainable Advanced Manufacturing of Printed Electronics: An Environmental Consideration
2.Techno-Economic Optimization and Benchmarking of a Solar-Only Powered Combined Cycle with High-Temperature TES Upstream the Gas Turbine
3.The Emerging of Hydrovoltaic Materials as a Future Technology: A Case Study for China
4.A Circular Economy of Electrochemical Energy Storage Systems: Critical Review of SOH/RUL Estimation Methods for Second-Life Batteries
5.Leveraging Integrated Model-Based Approaches to Unlock Bioenergy Potentials in Enhancing Green Energy and Environment
6.Energy Potential of Biomass Sources in Slovakia

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