Daniel M. Martínez

Daniel M. Martínez

Daniel M. Martínez received his PhD in chemical engineering from the University of Rochester and currently is an assistant professor of environmental science and policy at the University of Southern Maine. His research and teaching interests span the fields of molecular science, energy sustainability, and STEM education. Since joining USM, he has developed numerous projects about energy, development and the environment, with a focus on energy analysis and building energy systems.

Valuing Energy for Global Needs: A Systems Approach

Valuing Energy for Global Needs: A Systems Approach
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$49.95
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$29.95
In Stock Date: 
12/14/2015

Daniel M. Martínez and Ben W. Ebenhack

A more sustainable future will call on us to make deliberate and informed energy choices. Thus, the aim of this text is to provide readers with a foundation to evaluate 21st century energy options as clearly and as objectively as possible. Bringing to light engineering, environmental, and sustainable development perspectives, the authors discuss, in layman's terms, the value we get from energy systems--both positive and negative.

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The Path to More Sustainable Energy Systems: How Do We Get There from Here?

The Path to More Sustainable Energy Systems: How Do We Get There from Here?
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$76.95
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$70.00
In Stock Date: 
06/04/2013

Ben W. Ebenhack
Daniel M. Martinez

"Recommended" review from Choice Magazine, December 2013. 

Energy engineers, technology managers, and political leaders all need a solid, holistic understanding of where the world finds its energy--the limits of that energy--and what we will need to do in the future if we are to have a cleaner and environmentally sustainable world, all without sacrificing our modern technological-based civilization.

This book will shed some much needed light on that conundrum. It...