This multivolume resource is an excellent research tool for developing a working knowledge of basic energy concepts and topics. * Includes interviews of teachers, students, and businesspeople in the renewable energy fields * Provides energy timelines charting the historic development of different energy sources * Offers 150 detailed Illustrations of electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cells plus 50 tables, and charts of data * Presents a number of maps showing the global development of wind power, solar power, and geothermal power * A bibliography of print and online resources is included for further readingAstonishingly, the oil sands reserves in these two countries are roughly equal to the worlda#39;s remaining total reserves of ... Having committed $80 billion more to intrastructural development, government and industrial investors hope the sands will be yielding 5 ... of the U.S. imports of refined petroleum products in 2007: Canada, Virgin Islands, Russia, Algeria, and Venezuela. ... HOW MUCH OIL IS LEFT?
|Title||:||A Student Guide to Energy [5 Volumes]|
|Author||:||John F. Mongillo|
|Publisher||:||ABC-CLIO - 2011-05-04|