Elsevier, Sustainable Cities and Society, Volume 28, 1 January 2017
Elsevier, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Volume 76, 2017
An effective response to climate change demands rapid replacement of fossil carbon energy sources. This must occur concurrently with an ongoing rise in total global energy consumption.
Solar Energy Desalination Technology, Chapter 1, 2017, Pages 1–46
To advance goal 6 (clean water and sanitation), this chapter explores different desalination processes to make seawater drinkable, which is an obvious solution to any water shortages. Given the high-polluting energy required in the desalination process, solar-desalination technologies is considered.
Sustainable Shale Oil and Gas, Chapter 3, 2017, Pages 29–43
This chapter advances SDGs 7 and 13 by discussing detection methods for fugitive methane and whether these gases can be captured and used for commercial opportunity.
Elsevier, Chem, Volume 1, 10 November 2016
Elsevier, Chem, Volume 1, 13 October 2016
[Figure presented] Leif Hammarström is a professor of chemical physics at Uppsala University, Sweden.
Elsevier, Physics Reports, Volume 653, 7 October 2016
Solar energy conversion using semiconductors to fabricate photovoltaic devices relies on efficient light absorption, charge separation of electron–hole pair carriers or excitons, and fast transport an
Elsevier, Social Science and Medicine, Volume 167, 1 October 2016
Energy insecurity is a multi-dimensional construct that describes the interplay between physical conditions of housing, household energy expenditures and energy-related coping strategies.
Elsevier, Renewable Energy, Volume 93, August 01, 2016
Assessing the impact of techno socioeconomic factors on sustainability indicators of microhydro power projects in Indonesia: A comparative study
A review of electricity access projects in rural areas reveals a number of unsustainable features.
Energy Procedia, Volume 93, August 2016, Pages 113-119
Access to clean and stable energy is a major challenge for many developing African countries. This research aims to investigate ways in which financing renewable energy projects (REPs) can help to address this problem and therefore SDG7. The authors propose the promotion of the two-hand renewable energy service company (ESCO) model as an efficient financial vehicle for increasing sustainable economic development through the production of reliable and stable electricity in semi-urban and rural communities.