Book Details

Book title: Encyclopaedic Dictionary of SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC Terms
Author(s): Parag Diwan & Rajeev Gupta (Eds.)
ISBN: 9788182745049
Publication Year: 2011
Binding: HB
Pages: 324
Price: Rs. 1195 Rs. 1195
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Photovoltaic technology proven to be safe, clean, efficient and easy to implement all over the world. The photovoltaic sector’s impressive progress is a clear justification for this Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Solar Photovoltaic Terms. Since may of buzz words of Solar Photovoltaic have come into general vocabulary. It is a important to know exact meaning and definitions of such terms. Therefore this dictionary is a comprehensive dictionary demystifying many of the terms used in Solar Photovoltaic area.

This Encyclopaedic Dictionary is an easy to use, with precise and clear meaning and cited with examples wherever possible. It is a perfect resource for a person who is part of Solar Photovoltaic revolution and would like to improve his comprehension of various terms used over time. The latest terms have also been added to the dictionary to catch up with the latest terminologies.

There is a proper arrangement for all the terms and words in an alphabetical sequence. This dictionary can add in enhancing your knowledge of solar Photovoltaic and writing reports, essays, or speeches in the area of Solar Photovoltaic to make your writing and speaking much more effective.

Overall, the Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Solar Photovoltaic Terms is a perfect resource for people of all ages and disciplines who have started delving in the Solar Photovoltaic world. Hope this resource useful and practical.

ABOUT Author


Dr. Parag Diwan is a high technology buff, having worked with organization like NASA and Semiconductors Complex Ltd. different facets of high technology from rocket science to microcircuits fascinate him. Apart from his other multifarious interests and responsibilities. Dr. Diwan specializes in green energy technology development, including incubation of companies in area of clean technology.

Currently he is the Founder Vice Chancellor of the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES). Simultaneously he is also the Chief Operating Officer of the Indian School of Petroleum and Energy, an institution engaged in providing education, training, research and consultancy services in the entire spectrum of the Indian Oil and Gas industry. Recently, he is also been appointed Secretary General of Energy Institute, India an affiliate of Energy Institute, UK, a best practices institution in energy sector.

He has more than 200 papers to his credit on various topics and has participated in several national and International conferences. He has authored and edited over 50 books on various technology energy and business, including the encyclopedic Dictionary of Nanoscience and Energycopia. He has also been a contributing editor to various national and international journals.

Dr. Diwan is also a recipient of many prestigious awards, recent being the Outstanding Oil & Gas Training and Education Provider at Getenergy International Conference in London.

Dr. Rajeev K. Gupta is assistant Professor of Physics department, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Dehradun. He has many years of teaching and research experience. He spent many years as a faculty in the department of Physics at Northern India based Technological Institutes and he has the credit of all initial developments of the laboratory. His area of interest is ion beam irradiation and polymer metal nanocomposites. His one of the published article included in the “Energy Citations Detabase”, an official website of department of Energy (DOE) USA as bibliographic records of important literature in disciplines of interest to DEO. Dr. Gupta is the co-author of many books like, Encyclopaedic Dictionary of Nanoscience, Electronics Engineering, solid State Devices & Circuits and Experiments in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. He has published several research papers at international levels.

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