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Intelligence in Energy (Hardcover) (Gu00fclgu00fcn Kayakutlu & Eunika Mercier-Laurent)
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Intelligence in Energy reviews the past, present, and future of energy use through the ‘Intelligence View.' The authors explore the changing techniques for reducing energy consumption-from the end of the twentieth century to the present day. The book explores the new approaches in industrial usage, artificial intelligence, forecasting, and a green culture of energy efficiency, which are fostered to meet energy demands. The book describes regional approaches in search of alternative energy resources, aimed at reducing the use of fossil energy and enhancing the use of renewable energy, thereby encouraging energy engineers and policy makers to seek alternative energy production technologies in a future of restricted resources.
Intelligence in Energy will appeal to researchers, young investors, and entrepreneurs in the energy field, presenting insight into past technologies and efficient energy policies. The book encourages an intelligence-led approach using examples from past developments to evaluate the evolution of energy efficiency in a global context and adapt a smart energy initiative.
- Explores the evolution of intelligence methods used in the energy field with a knowledge-based approach
- Reviews the history of methodologies used, with ontologies and knowledge maps of examples
- Presents case studies showing both the techniques and achievements of modern methodologies
- Describes regional approaches in search of alternative energy resources, aimed at reducing the use of fossil energy and enhancing the use of renewable energy