Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all

This book chapter addresses goals 7, 13 and 11 by looking at ecological technologies that transform natural resources into anthropocentric goods and services (biofuels and alternative food sources).
This book chapter addresses goals 7, 9, and 13 by reviewing the prospects and constraints for bioenergy development in Africa to ensure sustainable bioenergy production in the future.
This book chapter addresses goals 7, 13 and 11 by describing the fundamental issues of microalgae and their cultivation as a biofuel and alternative food source.
This book chapter addresses goals 12, 7, and 11 by looking at the environmental and economic impact of the utilization of biomass resources.
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Plastics to Energy: Fuel, Chemicals, and Sustainability Implications, 2019, Pages 21-44

This book chapter addresses goals 7, 11 and 12 by introduces the main technologies available for recovery of chemicals and fuels from plastic waste, enabling cities and communities to become more sustainable and responsible by transforming this waste into a source of affordable energy.
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Sustainable Power Generation: Current Status, Future Challenges, and Perspectives, 2019, Pages 327-352

This book chapter addresses goals 7 and 9 by addressing how nuclear power plants can be designed, constructed and managed in a more sustainable way.
This book chapter addresses goals 7 and 9 by analysing future and generation IV nuclear reactors with a focus on their sustainable attributes.
This book chapter addresses goals 7, 9 and 12 by providing detail to help solve the problem of the sustainable conversion of the available feedstock to ecofuels
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A Comprehensive Guide to Solar Energy Systems With Special Focus on Photovoltaic Systems, 2018, Pages 81-107.

This chapter advances goals 9 and 7 by discussing sustainable solar energy generation and storage for rural sub-Saharan Africa in the context of the ‘circular economy’.
This chapter contributes to goals 7 and 9 by looking in-depthly at the various structures of nanocomposaite proton exchange membranes (PEMs) using carbon nanotubes, graphene, and graphene oxide as fillers.

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