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1 Volume I: Conventional Energy2 Preface - A call for Energy Literacy3 Part 1: The World of Energy4 Chapter 1: Why is this Topic so Important Now?5 Chapter 2: A Brief History of Energy6 Part 2: Oil, Oil Everywhere: The World of Oil7 Chapter 3: Black Gold: A Brief History of Oil8 Chapter 4: The Science and Technology of Oil9 Chapter 5: Refining and Distribution10 Chapter 6: How do Gasoline Prices Work?11 Chapter 7: Peak Oil: How Much Do We Have Left?12 Chapter 8: OPEC and the Role of the Oil Cartel13 Chapter 9: Oil and the Environment14 Chapter 10: The Future of Oil15 Part 3: Fuel From Fossils16 Chapter 11: King Coal17 Chapter 12: Natural Gas18 Chapter 13: Global Warming19 Part 4: Power Up! The Incredible World of Electricity20 Chapter 14: What is Electricity?21 Chapter 15: Power Generation22 Chapter 16: Transmission and Distribution23 Chapter 17: Our Electric System24 Part 5: Energy Policy25 Chapter 18: Energy Policy at Home and Abroad26 Chapter 19: Energy Market Regulation27 Chapter 20: Deregulation28 Volume II: Alternative Energy29 Part 1: Renewable Energy30 Chapter 1: Wind Energy31 Chapter 2: Solar Energy32 Chapter 3: Tidal Energy33 Chapter 4: Biomass Energy34 Chapter 5: Geothermal Energy35 Chapter 6: Bottle That Electron! (Energy Storage)36 Part 2: Energy and Transportation37 Chapter 7: Land, Sea and Air - Energy in Transportation38 Chapter 8: Fuels From Fossils (Revisited)39 Chapter 9: Biodiesel40 Chapter 10: Ethanol41 Chapter 11: Hybrids, Plug-ins and Electric Vehicles42 Chapter 12: Fuel Cells and Hydrogen43 Chapter 13: The Road Ahead44 Part 3: Energy Security45 Chapter 14: Security, Reliability, Diversity and Independence46 Chapter 15: Our Aging Power Grid47 Chapter 16: Nuclear Energy48 Chapter 17: The Geopolitics of Oil49 Part 4: Energy Efficiency50 Chapter 18: Reducing Energy Wastage51 Chapter 19: Energy Efficiency Begins at Home52 Chapter 20: Green Living53 Chapter 21: Energy Efficiency on a Broader Scale54 Part 5: A New Energy Economy55 Chapter 22: Clean Tech Investments56 Chapter 23: Energy, Economy, Jobs and Education57 Chapter 24: The Coming Energy Revolution58 Epilogue
Energy is truly the world's most vital commodity. It makes modern societies possible, and the decisions made regarding it have far-reaching repercussions. Every day stories about the price of oil, the resurgence of nuclear power, or the latest clean energy alternative can be found in mainstream news outlets across the country. Yet despite its high profile, energy remains largely misunderstood. People are confused, intimidated and generally discouraged from learning about energy, partly because the topic is so large and opaque, but also because the resources that do exist fail to provide an overall picture the average reader can understand. Here, in easily accessible language accompanied by simple illustrations of difficult concepts, the authors lay out the basics of energy in a palatable and refreshing way. Readers are treated to a vivid presentation of the basics of energy science, alongside the politics, economics, and social issues that impact its harnessing, distribution, and use. Anyone interested in how energy truly works will find answers in these pages that shed light on the past, present, and future of world energy.
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EPUB-ebook
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english 
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659
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Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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US
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DG2466778

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