Distributed Generation: A Nontechnical Guide

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by Ann Chambers, with Barry Schnoor and Stephanie Hamilton

As the energy market restructures into a significantly more competitive industry, many energy companies are considering distributed generation (DG) as part of a new customer-focused corporate strategy. Chambers, et al cover the technologies associated with DG including diesel engines, gas-fired internal combustion generator sets, fuel cell systems, micro-turbines, and photovoltaic systems in easy-to-understand language.

Contents:
  • Introduction and background
  • Drivers and impacts
  • Combustion turbines and micro-turbines
  • Fuel cells
  • Renewable resources
  • Technical application issues
  • Project financing and economics
  • Utility perspectives and issues
  • Conclusions
  • Appendices

283 Pages/Hardcover/2001
ISBN10 0-87814-789-6

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by Ann Chambers, with Barry Schnoor and Stephanie Hamilton

As the energy market restructures into a significantly more competitive industry, many energy companies are considering distributed generation (DG) as part of a new customer-focused corporate strategy. Chambers, et al cover the technologies associated with DG including diesel engines, gas-fired internal combustion generator sets, fuel cell systems, micro-turbines, and photovoltaic systems in easy-to-understand language.

Contents:
  • Introduction and background
  • Drivers and impacts
  • Combustion turbines and micro-turbines
  • Fuel cells
  • Renewable resources
  • Technical application issues
  • Project financing and economics
  • Utility perspectives and issues
  • Conclusions
  • Appendices

283 Pages/Hardcover/2001
ISBN10 0-87814-789-6

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SKU: 9780878147892
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Weight: 1.30 LBS