Table of contents for Future electricity technologies and systems / Tooraj Jamasb, William J. Nuttall, Michael G. Pollitt (editors).

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Contents
List of contributors11
Foreword17
Acknowledgements22
List of abbreviations24
New electricity technologies for a sustainable future
Tooraj Jamasb, William Nuttall and Michael G. Pollitt33
Electricity network scenarios for the UK in 2050
Ian Elders, Graham Ault, Stuart Galloway, Jim McDonald, Jonathan Köhler, Matthew Leach and Efterpi Lampaditou80
Wind Power – Status and perspectives
Poul Erik Morthorst178
Solar energy : photovoltaic electricity generation
Asim Mumtaz and Gehan Amaratunga205
Bioenergy : future prospects for thermal processing of biomass Anthony V. Bridgwater241
Wave energy
Tom Thorpe and Robin Wallace283
CO 2 capture, Transport and Storage for Coal, Oil and
Gas – Technology Overview
Nils A. Røkke318
Nuclear energy Malcolm C. Grimston338
Minituarisation of the electricity generation industry : Issues, technologies, and potential
Andreas Biermann377
Superconductors in the electrical power industry
A.M.Campbell413
The role of power electronics in future power systems
T.C. Green and C.A. Hernández Arámburo436
Sustainable hydrogen energy
Peter P. Edwards, Vladimir L. Kuznetsov, Simon R. Johnson, Matthew T. J. Lodge and Martin Owen Jones497
Electrical energy storage
A.J. Ruddell546
End‐use technologies : main drivers, and patterns of future
demand–buildings
Wolfgang Eichhammer598
Industry
Lynn Price, Christina Galitsky and Ernst Worrell622
Transport
Pieter Vermeyen & Ronnie Belmans679
Prospects for smart metering in the UK
Hannah Devine‐Wright and Patrick Devine‐Wright729
Indexxxx

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Electric industries -- Environmental aspects.
Electric power production -- Technological innovations.
Renewable energy sources.
Energy conservation.
Energy policy.