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The Law of Renewable Energy

By: Louise Smail, Mike Appleby, Charlotte Waters
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Published: 27-11-2020
Format: PDF eBook (?)
Edition: 1st
Extent: 496
ISBN: 9781526515148
Imprint: Bloomsbury Professional
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About The Law of Renewable Energy

The renewable energy sector is changing rapidly, from funding and legislation through to technology and supply chain. People have relied on many sources for energy in both industry and everyday life, including oil, gas, coal and wood. Renewable energy is now overtaking fossil fuels and as solar energy and wind power become cheaper and more competitive, it is important to understand how the renewable
energy market and relevant law is developing. The Law of Renewable Energy examines the current and future renewable energy options and the legal challenges that surround them. Does renewable mean climate friendly and what about growing crops for energy? If you want to have an understanding of how renewable energy is being used, not just in the UK and Europe but throughout the world, then this is the book for you.
This brand new title includes:

an overall view on the move to renewables
analysis of renewable energy cases
industry trends
environmental impact
a section on future thinking
a global view of renewables

This book is essential reading for practitioners and anyone with a commercial interest in renewable energy.

Table Of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction and Climate Change Law
Chapter 2: Incentives to Invest in Renewable Energy
Chapter 3: Wind Power
Chapter 4: Hydropower
Chapter 5: Solar Power
Chapter 6: History of Photovoltaics
Chapter 7: Geothermal Energy
Chapter 8: Biofuels and Bioenergy
Chapter 9: Energy Storage
Chapter 10: Integration into the Energy System
Chapter 11: Environmental Impact of Renewable Energy
Chapter 12: Renewable Energy in Developing Countries
Chapter 13: Emerging Technologies
Chapter 14: Trends in Policies
Appendix: Cases

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