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Wind Energy: A Reference Handbook (Contemporary World Issues)

by David E. Newton PhD

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"This book reviews the role of windpower in human history, its potential to be a major source of energy in the near and more distant future, and the questions, problems, and issues associated with the development of wind energy ... opens with a chapter that provides a historical background to the way wind power has been used by humans over the past 2,000 years. The narrative then shifts to the modern day and a review of the ... issues associated with the development of wind energy systems in the United States and other nations. Some of the ways in which these problems are being addressed and some solutions for the future are also discussed. Chapter 3 provides an opportunity for stakeholders in the field ... to present their views on important specific issues ... The remainder of the book provides a number of resources ... [including a] list of important individuals and organizations in the field"--Preface.… (more)

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