Clean energy : the economics of a growing market / the New York Times editorial staff.
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Series InformationLooking forward (New York Times Educational Publishing)
|Location||Call Number / Copy Notes||Barcode||Shelving Location||Status||Due Date|
|Kendallville PL - Kendallville Main Branch||TEEN SOCIAL.SCI ENVIRONMENT (Text)||37516002046937||TeenNF Social Science||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9781642820775
- ISBN: 1642820776
- ISBN: 9781642820782
- ISBN: 1642820784
- Physical Description: 224 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
- Publisher: New York, NY : New York Times Educational Publishing in association with the Rosen Publishing Group Inc, 2019.
- Copyright: ©2019
Includes bibliographical references (pages 217-220) and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Why clean energy? -- Fuel without the fossil / Matthew L. Wald -- Clean power, off the grid / David J. Hayes -- Paying in pollution for energy hunger / Keith Bradsher -- Energy idea for Mars yields a clue for powering data centers / Diane Cardwell -- The connection between cleaner air and longer lives / Michael Greenstone -- Race is on to clean up hydraulic fracturing / Erica Gies -- How grid efficiency went south / Matthew L. Wald -- Cleaner China coal may still feed global warming / Keith Bradsher -- Public lives : a windmill builder, tilting at the old ways / Corey Kilgannon -- Sun is part of the plan for greener Hempstead / Matt Mabe -- Exploring the options -- Kelp farms and mammoth windmills are just two of the government's long-shot energy bets / Brad Plumer -- Gleaning clues on sunny days from the clouds / David Ferris -- A storage solution is in the air / Erica Gies -- Electrical charge helps sun shine on solar panels / Hillary Brenhouse -- Geothermal energy grows in Kenya / Amy Yee -- Airlines fly the skies on a sugar high / Amy Yee -- Canada produces strain of algae for fuel / Hillary Brenhouse -- No furnaces but heat aplenty in "passive houses' / Elisabeth Rosenthal -- Vast potential in the discomfort of howling winds / Louise Loftus -- Clean power that reaps a whirlwind / Keith Bradsher -- Indonesia seeks to tap its huge geothermal reserves / Hillary Brenhouse -- If earth were powered from space / Hillary Brenhouse -- Australia powers up the world's biggest battery : courtesy of Elon Musk / Adam Baidawi -- The business of clean energy -- Warren Buffett's big bet on renewables in Nevada / Felicity Barringer -- How producing clean power turned out to be a messy business / David Gelles -- Buying into solar power, no roof access needed / Diane Cardwell -- Why a big utility is embracing wind and solar / Justin Gillis and Hal Harvey -- Fuel from landfill methane goes on sale / Diane Cardwell -- Harnessing the net to power a green revolution / Beth Gardiner -- The challenges of cleaning up cooking / Beth Gardiner -- From oil to solar : Saudi Arabia plots a shift to renewables / Stanley Reed -- Trading pumps for plugs : we aren't there yet / Tom Zeller, Jr. -- The challenge of storing energy on a large scale / Erica Gies -- Coal's continuing decline / Jeff Nesbit -- What's up in coal country : alternative-energy jobs / Diane Caldwell -- Clean energy controversies -- Fight to keep alternative energy local stymies an industry / Diane Cardwell -- Solar trade case, with Trump as arbiter, could upend market / Diane Cardwell -- Reconciling clean energy and conservation / John Lorinc -- When solar panels became job killers / Keith Bradsher -- For those near, the miserable hum of clean energy : the fight over wind power in Vinalhaven / Tom Zeller, Jr. -- As the demand for electricity increases, China sticks with nuclear power / Keith Bradsher.
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