Systemic Energy Networks, Vol. 1. The Theory of Systemic Design Applied to Energy Sector
The local economic development is becoming increasingly important, and governments are going to develop strategies in order to lead the chance to widespread prosperity of the people and the ecosystem. To aim at holistic wellbeing, specific and punctual solutions should be got over and tend to approach that creates connections between local material, energetic and informational resources, generating multiple and complex solutions. In particular, energy is considered a fundamental need and shared by the society, furthermore it increases our own capability. In this book, the Energy issue is faced in a scientific and broad way, looking at Systemic Design Theory and its concrete applications and solutions. This first volume gives some contributions and reflections that generate a framework in support of decision makers. It is demonstrated that the green energy production in systemic nets of small and distributed plants helps the success and the sustainability of territories.
- Paperback | 122 pages
- 188 x 244 x 12mm | 281.23g
- 24 Sep 2012
- London, United Kingdom