New classification of renewable energy sources in the development of technology in architecture for a sustainable society

Boris Bielek

Abstrakt

The transformation to a sustainable society. The transformation of the energy market. The social value of CO2 emissions. Change of the value system in society. The dominant production technology of the capital of nature with simultaneous restoration of ecosystems. Division and economic quantification of renewable energy sources as a production technology of capital provided to man by nature. Predictable and unpredictable renewable energy sources. Renewable energy sources generated in economic human activity as a secondary product. Development of technology in architecture for a sustainable society.

Słowa kluczowe: renewable energy sources, sustainable society, CO2 emissions, energy market
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