Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Renewable Energy

Resources, Challenges and Applications

Co-editors:

Ahmad El-Kharouf

University of Birmingham

Hakan Serhad Soyhan

Sakarya University

The demand for secure, affordable and clean energy is a priority call to humanity. Challenges associated with conventional energy resources, such as depletion of fossil fuels, high costs and associated greenhouse gas emissions, have stimulated interests in renewable energy resources. For instance, there have been clear gaps and rushed thoughts about replacing fossil-fuel driven engines with electric vehicles without long-term plans for energy security and recycling approaches. This book aims to provide a clear vision to scientists, industrialists and policy makers on renewable energy resources, predicted challenges and emerging applications. It can be used to help produce new technologies for sustainable, connected and harvested energy. A clear response to economic growth and clean environment demands is also illustrated.

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Renewable EnergyResources, Challenges and ApplicationsEdited by Mansour Al Qubeissi

Published: September 9th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.81765

ISBN: 978-1-78984-284-5

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-283-8

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83962-155-0

Copyright year: 2020

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727 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. For Sustainable Development: Future Trends in Renewable Energy and Enabling Technologies

By Mustafa Seckin Salvarli and Huseyin Salvarli

38

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2. Energy Security and Renewable Energy: A Geopolitical Perspective

By John A. Paravantis and Nikoletta Kontoulis

38

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3. Evaluating Biogas Technology in South Africa: Awareness and Perceptions towards Adoption at Household Level in Limpopo Province

By Solomon Eghosa Uhunamure, Nthaduleni Samuel Nethengwe and David Tinarwo

27

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4. Evaluating the Success of Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Policies in Ghana: Matching the Policy Objectives against Policy Instruments and Outcomes

By Margaret Adobea Oduro, Samuel Gyamfi, Samuel Asumadu Sarkodie and Francis Kemausuor

38

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5. Energy Policy Decision in the Light of Energy Consumption Forecast by 2030 in Zimbabwe

By Remember Samu, Samuel Asumadu Sarkodie, Murat Fahrioglu and Festus Victor Bekun

34

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6. Renewable Energy in Ukraine-Poland Region: Comparison, Critical Analysis, and Opportunities

By Lyubomyr Nykyruy, Valentyna Yakubiv, Grzegorz Wisz, Iryna Hryhoruk, Zhanna Zapukhlyak and Rostyslaw Yavorskyi

29

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7. Operational Challenges towards Deployment of Renewable Energy

By Pankaj Kumar, Kumar Avinash Chandra, Sanjay Patel, Nitai Pal, Mohit Kumar and Himanshu Sharma

27

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8. Bioinspired Nanocomposites: Functional Materials for Sustainable Greener Technologies

By Sarmad Ahmad Qamar, Muhammad Asgher and Nimrah Khalid

24

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9. Road Transportation Industry Facing the Energy and Climate Challenges

By Brahim Mebarki, Belkacem Draoui, Boumediene Allaoua and Abdelghani Draoui

26

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10. Solid Green Biodiesel Catalysts Derived from Coal Fly Ash

By Miroslav Stanković, Stefan Pavlović, Dalibor Marinković, Marina Tišma, Margarita Gabrovska and Dimitrinka Nikolova

32

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11. Biomass Carbonization

By Mahmoud Amer and Ahmed Elwardany

34

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12. Aviation Fuels and Biofuels

By Jonathan Baumi, Caroline Milani Bertosse and Carmen Luisa Barbosa Guedes

35

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13. Hydrogen Technologies for Mobility and Stationary Applications: Hydrogen Production, Storage and Infrastructure Development

By Martin Khzouz and Evangelos I. Gkanas

43

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14. The PV/Wind System for Sustainable Development and Power Generation with Real Dynamic Input Datasets in the Distribution Power Systems

By Emel Bakmaz, Kemal Aygul, Burak Esenboga, Tugce Demirdelen and Mehmet Tumay

37

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15. Recovery of Photovoltaic Module Heat Using Thermoelectric Effect

By Felix A. Farret and Emanuel A. Vieira

25

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16. Renewable Energy Application for Solar Air Conditioning

By Rubeena Kousar, Muzaffar Ali, Nadeem Ahmed Sheikh, Faik Hamad and Muhammad Kamal Amjad

37

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17. Thermal and Hydraulic Analysis of Transfer Medium Motion Regime in Flat Plate Solar Collector

By Yedilkhan Amirgaliyev, Murat Kunelbayev, Kalizhanova Aliya, Ainur Kozbakova, Omirlan Auelbekov and Nazbek Katayev

24

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18. Offshore Renewable Energy

By Giovanni Rinaldi

34

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19. Wind Speed Analysis Using Signal Processing Technique

By Omer Akgun and T. Cetin Akinci

29

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20. Wind Turbine Integration to Tall Buildings

By Ilker Karadag and Izzet Yuksek

28

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21. Thermal Energy Storage for Solar Energy Utilization: Fundamentals and Applications

By Kai Wang, Zhen Qin, Wei Tong and Chenzhen Ji

26

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22. A Thermoelectric Energy Harvesting System

By Khalid Yahya, Mohammed Salem, Nassim Iqteit and Sajjad Ahmad Khan

26

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23. Optimization Techniques of Islanded Hybrid Microgrid System

By Sk. Shezan Arefin

23

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24. Performances Analysis of a Micro-Grid Connected Multi-Renewable Energy Sources System Associated with Hydrogen Storage

By Salah Tamalouzt, Nabil Benyahia, Abdelmounaim Tounzi and Amar Bousbaine

27

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