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  1. General reading for the module 1 item
    1. Recommended textbook 1 item
      1. Renewable energy: physics, engineering, environmental impacts, economics and planning - Bent Sorensen 2017

        Book  An exhaustive text of nearly 1000 pages covering most areas of interest from the fundamentals of what energy is and of specific renewables to the socioeconomic context and life cycle analysis. Copies of both the 5th edition (2017) and 3rd edition (2004) are available from the Library.

  2. Week 1-2: The context for green technologies and examples of clean energy 1 item
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    2. Further reading 1 item
      1. Tomorrow's energy: hydrogen, fuel cells, and the prospects for a cleaner planet - Peter Hoffmann, Byron L. Dorgan 2012

        Book  Focus on the example of hydrogen as a clean fuel technology.

  3. Week 3: Case study: coastal and ocean renewable energy 0 items
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  4. Week 5: Clean technology in context I: international frameworks and standards 0 items
    1. Recommended reading 0 items
  5. Week 6: Clean technology in contect II: the built environment and social issues 0 items
    1. Recommended reading 0 items
  6. Week 8: Communicating your research 0 items
    1. Further reading 0 items
    2. Recommended textbook 0 items
  7. Books used in previous years for research by students 1 item
    These are just a few of the many books available via the Keele University Library (either as e-books or physical copies) that have been used by previous students in their research.
    1. Energy studies - William Shepherd, D.W. Shepherd 2014

      Book  PLEASE NOTE: the hard copy of the 3rd edition (2014) and the e-book of the 2nd edition (2000) are both available from the Library

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