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Integration of Renewable Energy Systems

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A. Walker
A. Walker
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J. Scheib
J. Scheib
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C. Turchi
C. Turchi
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R. Robichaud
R. Robichaud
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G. Tomberlin
G. Tomberlin
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K. Burman
K. Burman
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M. Hillesheim
M. Hillesheim
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B. Kroposki
B. Kroposki
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M. Qu
M. Qu
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ISBN:
9780791861240
No. of Pages:
150
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2016

This front matter contains the guest editors’ preface, series editors’ preface, table of contents, and abstract. Energy efficiency measures are generally less expensive than a renewable energy (RE) system to provide the same amount of energy saved. The Energy Information Administration reports that, on average, a dollar spent on efficiency saves $2 off the cost of a renewable energy system to provide the same amount of energy [IEA, 2011]. But as the saying goes “you can’t save yourself rich” and having installed sophisticated controls and efficient systems, we need some source of energy to power them. eBook keywords: energy, efficiency, renewables, energy supply, daylighting, solar water heating, solar ventilation, solar, heating, cooling, wind power, biomass.

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