Green Energy Economies offers insight into the major drivers that are shaping a new future powered by clean energy sources. Assembling cutting-edge researchers as contributors, the book provides a comprehensive account of the shift underway, examining in detail the complexities and intricacies involved with such a transition. The book first details the promises and problems of a green energy transition. Next, it explores the economic benefits that a comprehensive strategy toward a green energy economy might create. Then it investigates how communities will be affected and explores the social, cultural, and other changes that are likely to result. Finally, it explores the shift toward new technologies in-depth. Green Energy Economies concludes with policy options that support a transition to a better energy, environmental, and economic future. The contributors argue that a green energy economy offers great promise, but its realization will require making hard choices, and soon. They argue for investments in renewable energy and economic systems that can deliver a sustainable and equitable future. This book makes a forceful case for a green future.vary widely from the range $20, 000a$25, 000 for solar and biomass technicians to nearly $140, 000 for a director of wind ... lab technician may requirean associatea#39;s degreeandearna salary of nearly $41, 000, whereas awind fieldtechnician may ... solar thermoelectric plant manager, solar residential or commercial electrician foreman, wind field service technician, ... Table9 Emerging Jobs, Salaries, and Educational Requirements in theSolar and PVIndustry Average salary $23, 092anbsp;...
|Title||:||Green Energy Economies|
|Author||:||John Byrne, Young-Doo Wang|
|Publisher||:||Transaction Publishers - 2014-08-04|