Sustainable Energy Management: Planning, Implementation, Control and Strategy, Second Edition provides the key concepts and practical knowledge needed to successfully plan, implement and control sustainable energy technologies. The book provides new paradigms for measuring energy sustainability, pragmatic methods for applying renewable resources, efficiency improvements, and unique insights on managing risk. It highlights the possible financial and practical impacts of these activities, as well as the methods for their calculation. This new edition provides updated guidelines for planning, analyzing, developing and optimizing sustainable energy production projects in the real world, also presenting real-life examples of the topics covered in each chapter.
With its focus on real-life issues and discussions of practical challenges, this book is an ideal resource for engineers, researchers and energy managers developing and rolling out sustainable energy practices. Included case studies will help benchmark decisions, especially in the book's new chapter on energy security.
- Presents completely updated content, including new data, tables and figures
- Contains new, global case studies in every chapter
- Provides new content on energy security, advanced methodologies for energy saving and energy efficiency, integration of renewables, GHG emissions, and future challenges
- Explores real-life pathways for transitioning to sustainable energy practices
- Features case studies from around the world, explaining the whys and hows of successes and failures
- Covers a broad spectrum of energy development issues, from planning through realization, emphasizing efficiency, scale-up of renewables, risk mitigation and energy security
1. Energy and sustainable development 2. Energy management
planning 3. Energy management
implementation 4. Techniques and tools for strategic implementation 5. Energy management
controlling 6. Exploitation of renewable energy sources 7. Energy efficiency 8. Risk management in energy facilities 9. Level of sustainable energetic development 10. Energy and sustainable development 11. Energy management
planning 12. Energy management
implementation 13. Techniques and tools for strategic implementation 14. Energy management
controlling 15. Exploitation of renewable energy sources 16. Energy efficiency 17. Risk management in energy facilities 18. Level of sustainable energetic development
Mirjana Radovanovic (Golusin) works at the Faculty of Security Studies, Sremska Kamenica, Serbia, as professor of Energy Security and Management of Critical Infrastructure. Her research focuses on Energy Security, Energy Policy, Qualitative and Multivariate Research and Analysis.
Sanja Filipovic is a senior researcher at the Economics Institute and professor of Economics at Singidunum University, in Serbia. She has been a member of several scientific committees and a reviewer of several international scientific journals. Prof. Filipovic has broad professional experience in developing and managing a number of projects in the area of strategic and institutional development. Her area of academic interest is sustainable development and adequate public policy.