|Renewable Energy Resources and their Management by R K Behl, R N Chibbar, S Jain, V P Bahl And El Bassam|
Renewable energy sources such as biomass, wind, solar, hydropower, and geothermal can provide sustainable energy services. Switching over to renewable-based energy systems is being increasingly considered by various countries globally. With refinements in technology the feasibility and cost of solar and wind power systems have become affordable. Also with the policy interventions and technology refinements, market systems are rapidly evolving in favour of renewable energy systems. Renewable energy supply is dominated by traditional biomass, mostly fuel wood used for cooking and heating, especially in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. A major contribution is also obtained from the use of large hydropower and solar energy, wind energy, modern bio-energy, geothermal energy, and small hydropower energy sources are being increasingly tapped. Such a situation calls for implementation of aggressive long-term renewable energy programmes and creating awareness about benefits of renewable energy in urban and rural settings for domestic and commercial purposes.
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|This book Useful for Renewable Energy.|
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