In this new edition of Renewable Energy Systems, globally recognized renewable energy researcher and professor, Henrik Lund,sets forth a straightforward, comprehensive methodology for comparing different energy systems’ abilities to integrate fluctuating and intermittent renewable energy sources. The book does this by presenting an energy system analysis methodology.
The bookprovides the results of more than fifteen comprehensive energy system analysis studies, examinesthe large-scale integration of renewable energy into the present system, and presents concrete design examples derived from a dozen renewable energy systems around the globe. Renewable Energy Systems, Second Edition also undertakes the socio-political realities governing the implementation of renewable energy systems by introducing a theoretical framework approach aimed at understanding how major technological changes, such as renewable energy, can be implemented at both the national and international levels.
- Provides an introduction to the technical design of renewable energy systems
- Demonstrates how to analyze the feasibility and efficiency of large-scale systems to help implementers avoid costly trial and error
- Addresses the socio-political challenge of implementing the shift to renewables
- Features a dozen extensive case studies from around the globe that provide real-world templates for new installations
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)|
About the Author
Dr. Techn. Henrik Lund is Professor in Energy Planning at Aalborg University in Denmark, Architect behind the EnergyPLAN Energy System Analysis software and Editor-in-Chief of Elsevier’s international journal, Energy.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 2. Theory: Choice Awareness Theses 3. Methodology: Choice Awareness Strategies 4. Tool: The EnergyPLAN Energy System Analysis Model 5. Analysis: Large-Scale Integration of Renewable Energy 6. Analysis: Smart Energy Systems and Infrastructures 7. Analysis: 100 Percent Renewable Energy Systems 8. Empirical Examples: Choice Awareness Cases 9. Conclusions and Recommendations