Energy

Energy

Book - 2010
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The conservation of energy and the development of alternative and renewable sources of energy are key concepts in the effort to "go green." Power from coal, hydroelectric energy, nuclear energy, solar energy, and wind provide cleaner, more enduring energy sources than oil. Due to high interest in developing these alternatives, demand for skilled professionals is expected to grow in these fields in the coming years.

This new resource explores 15 careers in the energy industry.

Career profiles include:

Coal gasification engineers Electrical engineers Energy conservation technicians  Geotechnical engineers Green vehicle designers Hydroelectric engineers Nuclear engineers Petroleum engineers Petroleum technicians Renewable energy workers Solar engineers Wind power engineers and more.
Publisher: New York : Ferguson, c2010
ISBN: 9780816081509
0816081506
Call Number: 621.042 F3218e
Characteristics: ix, 181 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm

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