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Energieeffizienz

Author : Martin Pehnt
ISBN : 9783642142505
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Energieeffizienz und Energieeinsparung bilden – neben erneuerbaren Energien – die Säulen der zukünftigen Energiepolitik. Das Lehr- und Handbuch liefert das notwendige Wissen für eine effiziente Energieumwandlung und -nutzung von Strom, von Wärme und im Verkehr. Im Vordergrund steht das ingenieurtechnische Verständnis der jeweiligen Technologien, die Autoren vermitteln aber zugleich ökonomisches, sozialwissenschaftliches, umweltrechtliches und ökologisches Grundlagenwissen. Mit praxisnahen Übungsaufgaben und übersichtlichen Exkurs-Boxen.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Energiemanagement

Author : Marko Geilhausen
ISBN : 9783658028343
Genre : Business & Economics
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Das Buch stellt die Anforderungen der ISO 50001 als Grundlage für eine Zertifizierung dar. Dabei wird immer die Sicht des Energiemanagementbeauftragten im Auge behalten, indem praktische Hinweise für die Umsetzung und zu den einzelnen Normenpunkten gegeben werden. Die Änderungen zur Vorgängernorm DIN EN 16001 sind dargestellt und Möglichkeiten der Integration eines Energiemanagementsystems in bestehende Systeme nach ISO 9001 und ISO 14001 werden beschrieben. Damit bietet das Buch sowohl Neueinsteigern als auch Routiniers eine wertvolle Hilfe, die in Form dieses Enchiridions zur Verfügung steht.
Category: Business & Economics

Scientific And Engineering Progress On Aluminum Based Light Weight Materials Research Reports From The German Collaborative Research Center 692

Author : Martin F.-X.Wagner
ISBN : 9783038971962
Genre : Science
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This book is a printed edition of the Special Issue "Scientific and Engineering Progress on Aluminum-Based Light-Weight Materials: Research Reports from the German Collaborative Research Center 692" that was published in Metals
Category: Science

Advances In Production Management Systems Competitive Manufacturing For Innovative Products And Services

Author : Christos Emmanouilidis
ISBN : 9783642403521
Genre : Computers
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The two volumes IFIP AICT 397 and 398 constitute the thoroughly refereed post-conference proceedings of the International IFIP WG 5.7 Conference on Advances in Production Management Systems, APMS 2012, held in Rhodes, Greece, in September 2012. The 182 revised full papers were carefully reviewed and selected for inclusion in the two volumes. They are organized in 6 parts: sustainability; design, manufacturing and production management; human factors, learning and innovation; ICT and emerging technologies in production management; product and asset lifecycle management; and services, supply chains and operations.
Category: Computers

Energy Efficiency Governance

Author : Dagmar Sibyl Steuwer
ISBN : 9783658006815
Genre : Social Science
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​Energy efficiency contributes to the main objectives of energy policy in the European Union: energy security, cost effectiveness and environmental benefits. However, the efficiency potential remains widely untapped. Will White Certificate Instruments, a new framework instrument to foster end-use energy efficiency, help to close the energy efficiency gap? The analysis compares the political process of choosing and designing White Certificate Instruments in Italy, France and Great Britain. The book shows that the type of policy instrument as well as its image has an influence not only on agenda-setting but also on the policy instrument’s effectiveness due to interactions with existing energy efficiency discourses, regulatory traditions and the prevailing policy style.
Category: Social Science

Leveraging Technology For A Sustainable World

Author : David Dornfeld
ISBN : 9783642290695
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The 19th CIRP Conference on Life Cycle Engineering continues a strong tradition of scientific meetings in the areas of sustainability and engineering within the community of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). The focus of the conference is to review and discuss the current developments, technology improvements, and future research directions that will allow engineers to help create green businesses and industries that are both socially responsible and economically successful. The symposium covers a variety of relevant topics within life cycle engineering including Businesses and Organizations, Case Studies, End of Life Management, Life Cycle Design, Machine Tool Technologies for Sustainability, Manufacturing Processes, Manufacturing Systems, Methods and Tools for Sustainability, Social Sustainability, and Supply Chain Management.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Micro Cogeneration

Author : Martin Pehnt
ISBN : 9783540308218
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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The introduction of micro CHP – the simultaneous production of heat and power in a single building based on small energy conversion units such as Stirling and reciprocating engines or fuel cells – is of increasing political and public interest. This book introduces into micro CHP systems and technologies, and presents the results of the first such investigation carried out by four German research bodies.
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Innovation For Sustainable Electricity Systems

Author : Barbara Praetorius
ISBN : 9783790820768
Genre : Business & Economics
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Innovation is key to achieving a sustainable electricity system. New technologies and organizational changes can bring about more sustainable, climate-friendly electricity structures. Yet the dynamics of innovation are complex, and difficult to shape. This book, written by experts in the field, sets out to explore the dynamics, the drivers and the setting of innovation processes. Case studies on micro cogeneration, carbon capture and storage, consumer feedback, network regulation and emissions trading provide insights into innovation dynamics in the electricity system and are analyzed to derive strategic implications for innovation policies. A special focus is placed on drivers and barriers of change, and their consequences for shaping the innovation process. This book is an indispensable source of information for researchers and decision makers in energy and climate change as well as for lecturers and students interested in the principles and ramifications of electricity innovation dynamics.
Category: Business & Economics

System Innovation And The Transition To Sustainability

Author : Boelie Elzen
ISBN : 1845423429
Genre : Business & Economics
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Modern societies face several structural problems such as transport congestion and greenhouse gas emissions due to the widespread use of fossil fuels. To address these important societal problems and achieve sustainability in the broad sense, major transformations are required, but this poses an enormous challenge given the complexity of the processes involved. Such transformations are called 'transitions' or 'system innovations' and involve changes in a variety of elements, including technology, regulation, user practices and markets, cultural meaning and infrastructure. This book considers two main questions: how do system innovations or transitions come about and how can they be influenced by different actors, in particular by governments. The authors identify the theories which can be used to conceptualise the dynamics of system innovations and discuss the weaknesses in these theories. They also look at the lessons which can be learned from historical examples of transitions, and highlight the instruments and policy tools which can be used to stimulate future system innovations towards sustainability. The expert contributors address these questions using insights from a variety of different disciplines including innovation studies, evolutionary economics, the sociology of technology, environmental analysis and governance studies. The book concludes with an extensive summary of the results and practical suggestions for future research. This important new volume offers an interdisciplinary assessment of how and why system innovations occur. It will engage and inform academics and researchers interested in transitions towards sustainability, and will also be highly relevant for policymakers concerned with environmental issues, structural change and radical innovation.
Category: Business & Economics