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IFEED's Published Works

Here you can find published works that were developed under consulting and by IFEED:


Distributed Renewable Energies for Off-Grid Communities.
December 2013

This unique resource describes the latest advances in distributed and off-grid renewable energy technologies and offers strategies and guidelines for planning and implementation of sustainable energy supply for individuals and communities. Coverage includes wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass systems planning and integration, economic assessment models and the role of legislative structures.

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Read the review of Prof. Dr. Rishi Kumar Behl von der University of Hisar, Haryana, Indien.

Renewable Energy Sources and Their Applications

IFEED Director, N. El Bassam one of four editors for Abstract book from Seminar in Hisar in 2012. Manav Institute of Technology and Management, Jevra, Hisar organized an International Seminar on Renewable Energy for Institutes and Communities in Urban and Rural Settings from April 27-29, 2012. Scientists and policy planners from India and abroad participated and deliberated on various aspects of renewable energy including renewable energy sources, technology generation and refinement, domestic and commercial applications of renewable energy and needed policy interventions as support system etc.

This book entitled Renewable Energy Sources and Their Applications includes papers contributed by the participants and invited guests from India and abroad.

Editors: R.K. Behl, R.N. Chhibar, S. Jain, V.P. Bahl, N.El Bassam

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Handbook of Bioenergy Crops.
March 2010

Biomass currently accounts for about 15 per cent of global primary energy consumption and is playing an increasingly important role in the face of climate change, energy and food security concerns.

Handbook of Bioenergy Crops is a unique reference and guide, with extensive coverage of more than 80 of the main bioenergy crop species. For each it gives a brief description, outlines the ecological requirements, methods of propagation, crop management, rotation and production, harvesting, handling and storage, processing and utilization, then finishes with selected references. This is accompanied by detailed guides to biomass accumulation, harvesting, transportation and storage, as well as conversion technologies for biofuels and an examination of the environmental impact and economic and social dimensions, including prospects for renewable energy.

This is an indispensable resource for all those involved in biomass production, utilization and research.

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