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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Innovation in Energy Systems: Paradigms in Operation in Business and Development

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Prof. Saad Darwish, Dr. Venus Bunagan



Renewable energy, Innovation Paradigms in Business Operations and Development



The research on Innovation in Energy System: Paradigms in Operation in Business and Development discusses a few of the historical backgrounds of renewal energy. It also tackled the trends both global and local, the levels of energy consumption. It also discusses the types of renewable energies which are common and their competitiveness. The last parts of the research emphasizes the breakthroughs and opinions of the authors on renewable energies.



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