Green Energy: Solar Energy, Photovoltaics, and Smart Cities

Green Energy: Solar Energy, Photovoltaics, and Smart Cities

Book Description
Like most industries around the world, the energy industry has also made, and continues to make, a long march toward “green” energy.  The science has come a long way since the 1970s, and renewable energy and other green technologies are becoming more and more common, replacing fossil fuels.  It is, however, still a struggle, both in terms of energy sources keeping up with demand, and the development of useful technologies in this area.
To maintain the supply for electrical energy, researchers, engineers and other professionals in industry are continuously exploring new eco-friendly energy technologies and power electronics, such as solar, wind, tidal, wave, bioenergy, and fuel cells. These technologies have changed the concepts of thermal, hydro and nuclear energy resources by the adaption of power electronics advancement and revolutionary development in lower manufacturing cost for semiconductors with long time reliability. The latest developments in renewable resources have proved their potential to boost the economy of any country.
Green energy technology has not only proved the concept of clean energy but also reduces the dependencies on fossil fuel for electricity generation through smart power electronics integration. Also, endless resources have more potential to cope with the requirements of smart building and smart city concepts.  A valuable reference for engineers, scientists, chemists, and students, this volume is applicable to many different fields, across many different industries, at all levels.  It is a must-have for any library.


1. Fabrication and Manufacturing Process of Solar Cell: Part I
2. Fabrication and Manufacturing Process of Solar Cell: Part II
3. Fabrication and Manufacturing Process of Perovskite Solar Cell
4. Parameter Estimation of Solar Cells: A State-of-the-Art Review with Metaheuristic Approaches and Future Recommendations
5. Power Electronics and Solar Panel: Solar Panel Design and Implementation
6. An Effective Li-Ion Battery State of Health Estimation Based on Event-Driven Processing
7. Effective Power Quality Disturbances Identification Based on Event-Driven Processing and Machine Learning
8. Sr2SnO4 Ruddlesden Popper Oxide: Future Material for Renewable Energy Applications
9. A Universal Approach to Solar Photovoltaic Panel Modeling
10. Stepped DC Link Converters for Solar Power Applications
11. A Harris Hawks Optimization (HHO)–Based Parameter Assessment for Modified Two-Diode Model of Solar Cells
12. A Large-Gain Continuous Input-Current DC-DC Converter Applicable for Solar Energy Systems
13. Stability Issues in Microgrids: A Review
14. Theoretical Analysis of Torque Ripple Reduction in the SPMSM Drives Using PWM Control-Based Variable Switching Frequency
15. Energy-Efficient System for Smart Cities
16. Assessment of Economic and Environmental Impacts of Energy Conservation Strategies in a University Campus
17. A Solar Energy–Based Multi-Level Inverter Structure with Enhanced Output-Voltage Quality and Increased Levels per Components
18. Operations of Doubly Fed Induction Generators Applied in Green Energy Systems
19. A Developed Large Boosting Factor DC-DC Converter Feasible for Photovoltaic Applications
20. Photovoltaic-Based Switched-Capacitor Multi-Level Inverters with Self-Voltage Balancing and Step-Up Capabilities

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