New Electricity and New Cars
Liczba stron: 142
Oprawa: Twarda z obwolutą
Wydanie: 1, 2016 r.
"This book offers a unique contribution to the current EU energy debate. Written from the perspective of a rapidly growing economy heavily dependent on coal, the book introduces us to the complex and contentious aspects of energy policy-thinking and policy-making. The book is written in an erudite and yet accessible manner. Students, politicians and anyone interested in Europe's future will profit from reading this book."
Jan Zielonka, Professor of European Politics at the University of Oxford and Director of the European Studies Centre at St Antony's College
"Electricity goes far beyond physics into economy, politics, environment, welfare, sociology, etc. The book guides the reader through the various realms of electricity. Energy is a market product, which one can buy and sell, but it could also be considered as a basic human right. It is crucial for the economy, so it could be used as a strong political weapon, more powerful today than tanks. Electricity drives major technological revolutions: the electric bulb, telegraph, radio and computers. The book argues that the next revolution - electric cars - is about to come. We just need a snow ball to initiate an avalanche. According to the authors, an avalanche may come from the Tatra mountains towards the Baltic Sea, and then it would continue throughout Europe."
Grzegorz Wrochna, Professor at the National Centre of Nuclear Research