The industrialized world has suddenly come under increasing pressure due to dwindling ready supplies of traditional energy sources. Science again has been called upon to look for new ways of solving the growing energy demands of the future. The following pages illustrate what authorities view as some of the major potential energy alternatives to traditional fuels. Remarkably, though fledgling technology in these areas has been available from the close of World War II and before, only the current global energy trauma spurred more than a scattered, perfunctory interest in these abundantly available, "renewable" energy sources on the part of decision makers.
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