The Systematic Review of Solar Energy Technologies

Solar energy development is experiencing significant growth today due to a variety of reasons, including national interest in increasing energy efficiency, reducing dependence on fossil fuels, increasing domestic energy production, and curbing greenhouse gas emissions. Solar energy has wide variety of applications and energy solutions such as modified energy proportion, improved energy stability, increased energy sustainability, conversion reduction and finally enhancing the system efficiency. The present work is aimed to study how solar energy systems can be utilized in industrial applications and looking into energy economics of solar energy using indicators such as efficiency, cost of electricity (LCOE), Energy payback time (EPBT) and Energy return on investment (EROI), which can help us to find solar energy technologies more compatible to Industrial energy use.

EROI Analysis of Nuclear Power Add Your Sub-Title Here

This report details the process followed in calculating the Energy Return
on Investment (EROI), Payback Period of Nuclear Power by calculating the cost
per KW of nuclear power. This report only deals with Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR) which is by far the most common type of nuclear reactor, representing about 60% of all nuclear reactors in operation.
The EROI analysis includes the energy spent on extracting the Uranium
from ground, enrichment by means of centrifugal separation, transportation costs, cooling of the reactor core, energy inputs to build the power plant and the postoperational energy requirements such as waste management and
decommissioning of power plants.