One of the major problems encountered in the inclusion of renewable energy in university programmes is the lack of suitable materials and documents which may guide this process. The materials produced as part of the project «Renewable Energy Networks between Turkish and European Universities» (RENET) – and this Handbook in particular – will therefore be especially useful to university teachers, since it shows some of the ways via which the subject issue of renewable energy may be included in university programmes. The best-practices here documented also serve the purpose of illustrating how the available know-how can be documented and transferred between countries. By means of this interdisciplinary and inclusive approach, this book will be helpful to universities in Turkey and across Europe, which may want to take full advantage of the potential benefits the inclusion of matters related to renewable energy in university programmes may bring about.
Frankfurt am Main, Berlin, Bern, Bruxelles, New York, Oxford, Wien, 2009. 233 pp., 70 fig., 33 tables
Contents: Potential for Renewable Energy in Turkey – Renewable Energy Policy in Turkey, Germany and Sweden – Best Available
Techniques: Biogas, Biofuels, Photovoltaic, Waste to Energy (W2E), Waste incineration – Waste Management – Expertise Catalogue.