Non biological resource technologies
Non-biological renewable energy resources include solar energy, geothermal energy, energy from the wind or waves, and energy from tides.
Solar energy and geothermal energy are abundant and widely, (although unevenly) distributed. They are currently two of the least environmentally disruptive sources of power available.
A sample of Items held in the Non biological resource technologies category
- 29. UK’s largest solar thermal installation completed in Shropshire
- Case Study No. 35: Langmead Farms - Focus on innovations in irrigation
- 30. Demystifying cover crop magic
- Energy efficiency and energy generation on farm - a guide
- Energy and education: carbon reduction in College buildings
- Case Study No. 32: Focus on renewable energy; Stephen Ramsden
- 1589: Wind power
- Social and Economic Benefits of Community Energy Schemes
- The potential of wind energy as a farm diversification
- Agriculture and Climate Change
There are currently no subcategories in the Non biological resource technologies section.
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