The Sixth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) highlighted again the dangers of climate change. Limiting global warning to a maximum of 1.5°C is still possible but only if humanity takes significant further action now to rapidly cut down on greenhouse gas emissions. At the same time one third of humanity uses dangerous and unsafe cooking systems and three quarters of a billion people have no access to electrical power.
Concerns about the climate and lack of access to clean and affordable energy have prompted research efforts worldwide to explore renewable energy sources, improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs. If we can address both, we can help prevent an environmental catastrophe for our planet while improving the health and standards of living of hundreds of millions.
In this fast-paced technological and political environment Springer Nature’s inter-disciplinary Energy eBook collection helps readers makes sense of developments. Giving insights and deeper understanding of the science, engineering and social sciences that lie beneath today’s rapid global changes in energy generation, transmission, storage and use and the political issues that surround them.
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Anthony Doyle is the executive editor for engineering in Springer’s London office. He has a degree in physics from the University of Sheffield and since leaving higher education has worked in a variety of roles in publishing, including b2b publishing, academic journal production and in industry trade magazines. Since 2003 he has worked as a book publisher contributing to Springer’s engineering book list, the largest in the world. He acquires and publishes monographs in design and manufacturing engineering, energy engineering and the interdisciplinary research that crosses traditional subject boundaries, in particular as a result of how considerations of sustainability impact on all branches of the applied sciences. In addition to publishing many book titles in energy in series such as Green Energy and Technology and Lecture Notes in Energy, he is the coordinator of Springer’s interdisciplinary book program in energy.
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