Advances in Energy Sustainability
The environmental dimension of sustainability includes greenhouse gas emissions, impacts on biodiversity and ecosystems, hazardous waste and toxic emissions, water consumption, and depletion of non‐renewable resources. Energy sources with low environmental impact are sometimes called green energy or clean energy. The economic dimension of sustainability covers economic development, efficient use of energy, and energy security to ensure that each country has constant access to sufficient energy. Social issues include access to affordable and reliable energy for all people, workers' rights, and land rights.
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preface (51 KB)
Components of the Book:
  • Chapter 1
    The Main Role Of Energy Sustainability Indicators On The Water Management
  • Chapter 2
    Open, Interdisciplinary And Collaborative Educational Innovation To Train In Energy Sustainability Through Mooc: Perception Of Competency Development
  • Chapter 3
    Sustainability Of Rural Electrification Programs Based On Off-Grid Photovoltaic (Pv) Systems In Chile
  • Chapter 4
    Can Electric Vehicles Be An Alternative For Traditional Fossil‑Fuel Cars With The Help Of Renewable Energy Sources Towards Energy Sustainability Achievement?
  • Chapter 5
    Strategic Management Of Patents On Electrochemical Conversion Fuel Cells And Batteries In Latin America As A Mechanism For Moving Towards Energy Sustainability
  • Chapter 6
    Carbon Capture And Sequestration In Power Generation: Review Of Impacts And Opportunities For Water Sustainability
  • Chapter 7
    Criteria Prioritization For The Sustainable Development Of Second‑Generation Bioethanol In Thailand Using The Delphi‑Ahp Technique
  • Chapter 8
    Prices Of Conventional And Renewable Energy As Determinants Of Sustainable And Secure Energy Development: Regression Model Analysis
  • Chapter 9
    Sustainability Assessments Of Energy Scenarios: Citizens’ Preferences For And Assessments Of Sustainability Indicators
  • Chapter 10
    Decision‑Making In Sustainable Energy Transition In Southeastern Europe: Probabilistic Network‑Based Model
  • Chapter 11
    Analysis Of The Pattern Of Energy Consumptions And Its Impact On Urban Environmental Sustainability In Jordan: Amman City As A Case Study
  • Chapter 12
    Role Of Gender Participation In Urban Household Energy Technology For Sustainability: A Case Of Kathmandu
  • Chapter 13
    Perspective: Design Of Cathode Materials For Sustainable Sodium-Ion Batteries
  • Chapter 14
    Sustainability Assessment Of A Micro Hydropower Plant In Nepal
  • Chapter 15
    Energy Sustainability With A Focus On Environmental Perspectives
Readership: Students, academics, teachers and other people attending or interested in Energy Sustainability
Negar Khalili
Department of Urban Studies, School of Art and Architecture, Yazd University, Yazd, Iran

Meysam Majidi Nezhad
Department of Astronautics, Electrical and Energy Engineering (DIAEE), Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy

Nima Mokhtari
Department of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Isfahan, Isfahan, Iran

Emad Habib
Department of Civil Engineering & Institute for Coastal and Water Research, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, Lafayette, LA 70504, USA

Marc A. Rosen
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, 2000 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa, ON L1G 0C5, Canada

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