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Dispersed, decentralized and renewable energy sources

John E. McCosker

Dispersed, decentralized and renewable energy sources

alternatives to national vulnerability and war, final report

by John E. McCosker

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Published by The Agency in Washington, D.C .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesEnergy, vulnerability & war.
Statementby the Energy and Defense Project ; for Federal Emergency Management Agency
ContributionsEnergy and Defense Project, Clark, Wilson, United States. Federal Emergency Management Agency, California Academy of Sciences
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD9502.U52 D575 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination326 p. :
Number of Pages326
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24577039M
LC Control Number2009437794
OCLC/WorldCa7779036

H02J/00 — Systems for supplying or distributing electric power characterised by decentralized, dispersed, or local generation; H02J/20 — The dispersed energy generation being of renewable origin; H02J/28 — The renewable source being wind energy. Proactively positions renewable, decentralized energy as premium-quality, climate- resilient products and services that enable a wide-range of productive uses for the global community. Advances a future, built with decentralized renewables, where everyone is empowered to enjoy the opportunities and improved quality of life that comes with.

  Renewable-energy technologies like solar and wind power, which in many countries have begun to shake up the mix of energy sources, are also challenging traditional distribution systems.   Apple set up a large data center to achieve % decentralized renewable energy supply in North Carolina, USA. The picture shows its solar farm.

A sustainable energy economy relying on the development of locally available renewable energy resources will require a switch away from a small number of centralized power plants to a larger number of decentralized, more dispersed and diverse micro power systems (local energy).   But advances in renewable energy and distributed energy resources, IoT connected devices, and peer-to-peer networks are reshaping that paradigm dramatically. In , renewable energy sources contributed more than 30% to total global installed power generating capacity. We already see consumers in many industries demanding more control.


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