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Explaining the trends and key words in the green energy movement, this book examines the idea of modern energya combination of old and new energy resourcesand the costs involved in making them operational. Resources that include wind, solar, nuclear, wave, biofuels, biomass, smart grid technologies, magnetics, hydropower, oil, gas, and coal all need to be partnered with entrepreneurs to bring them to life. Fusing intellectual and financial resources can secure a modern energy-reliant future, and this proposal directs the world’s investors to begin that partnership.

Published: Addicus Books an imprint of Independent Publishers Group on
ISBN: 9781936374212
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