Keeping the Energy Debate Clean: How Do We Supply the World’s Energy Needs? (2010)

This article (pages 5-32) was written by Professor Derek Abbott from the School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, University of Adelaide, in Australia.

The paper discusses the pathways to our future energy. It suggests that most of the world's electricity can come from solar thermal farms. It also examines other solutions such as sensible energy conservation; solar thermal collection using parabolic reflectors; hydrogen used as an energy carrier in combustion engines and for energy storage and transportation

Author: Professor Derek Abbott

Date: 2010

Pages: 5-32
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