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Renewable Energy Science Education Manual

 Horizon Fuel Cell Technologies
  12th-Jan-2017
Description: Energy is a vital part of modern society – it enables life after dark, the movement of people and goods, and the continuous advancement of technology. Currently available energy sources, such as crude oil and natural gas, have been advantageous in serving the growth of the population for stationary and transportation purposes. However, the use of fossil fuels for power has resulted in many negative consequences; some of these include severe pollution, extensive mining of the world’s resources, and political control and domination of countries that have extensive resources. In addition, the global demand for energy will increase rapidly due to the continuous growth in global population.
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Renewable Energy

Science Education Manual

Contents
Chapter 1: The Environment and Climate Change



01-20

1.1 Introduction
1.2 World Energy Demand
1.3 Global Warming
1.3.1 The Greenhouse Effect
1.3.2 Sea Levels
1.3.3 Effects of Global Warming
1.3.4 Can We Stop Global Warming?
1.4 Disadvantages of Current Energy Technologies
1.5 Innovative Green Technologies
1.5.1 Solar Cells
1.5.2 Wind Power ... See more

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