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Energy Resources: Web Resources

This guide features all types of major resources on all sources of energy, more traditional and alternative or renewable resources.

Education - Bachelor

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"My team and I have been working on a free resource - www.OnlineBachelorsDegree.com/Alternative-Energy/ - that provides a comprehensive and in depth look into this highly specialized field as well as all the available educational programs around the US. I believe this type of information is very valuable to today's students who are not only dealing with the competitive nature of higher education, but also the rising costs associated with them."

National Academies

What you need to know about energy

36 pages, 2008. offered for free from the National Academies website.

The National Academies Press offers >4000 books for free reading online.

U.S. Government

Energy Information Administration  Official Energy Statistics from the U. S. government

U.S. Dept. of Energy

National Renewable Energy Laboratory "Innovation for Our Energy Future."

USA.gov Environment, Energy, and Agriculture, Official information and services from the U.S. government for citizens

Scientific American

The scholarly, but popular serial, Scientific American, has web pages on many different environmental topics:

Energy technology is one.

Internation Energy Resources

             Statistical Energy & Environment Data from Open Sources

               Nucleus, the IAEA's Catalogue of Information Resources contains the data from >100 sources

  • UN Energy lists meetings, events and publications.

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