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Energy from the Desert - 
      Kosuke Kurokawa
    
      Keiichi Komoto
    
      Peter van der Vleuten
    
      David Faiman

Energy from the Desert

Practical Proposals for Very Large Scale Photovoltaic Systems

Kosuke Kurokawa (Redaktør) ; Keiichi Komoto (Redaktør) ; Peter van der Vleuten (Redaktør) ; David Faiman (Redaktør)

«'Never has very large scale photovoltaics received such an exhaustive analysis' Photon International, from review of the first volume»

The world's deserts are sufficiently large that, in theory, covering a fraction of their landmass with PV systems could generate many times the primary global energy supply. This title examines and evaluates the potential of very large scale photovoltaic power generation (VLS-PV) systems. Les mer
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The world's deserts are sufficiently large that, in theory, covering a fraction of their landmass with PV systems could generate many times the primary global energy supply. This title examines and evaluates the potential of very large scale photovoltaic power generation (VLS-PV) systems.
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Forlag: Earthscan Ltd
Innbinding: Innbundet
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 256
ISBN: 9781844073634
Format: 30 x 21 cm
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Comprehensive Summary ? Executive Summary ? Part I: Background and Concept of VLS-PV ? World Energy Issues ? Environmental Issues ? An Overview of Photovoltaic Technology ? World Irradiation Database ? Concept of VLS-PV ? Part II: VLS-PV Case Studies ? General Information ? A Preliminary Case Study of VLS-PV Systems in World Deserts ? Case Studies on the Gobi Desert ? Case Studies on the Sahara Desert ? Case Studies for the Middle East ? Part III: Scenario Studies and Recommendations ? Conclusions of Parts I and II ? Scenario Studies ? Recommendations
Kosuke Kurokawa has over 30 years' experience in energy systems technology. The contributing authors include a panel of 14 acknowledged international experts from 8 countries (Japan, USA, Israel, Spain, Italy, Korea, The Netherlands and Mongolia).