Distributing Power: A Cratological Study of Emerging Technologies for Electric Power Supply
Camacho Rojas, Jorge Arturo 2010. Distributing Power: A Cratological Study of Emerging Technologies for Electric Power Supply. PhD Thesis University of East London School of Law and Social Sciences
|Authors||Camacho Rojas, Jorge Arturo|
This thesis has two main objectives. First, to develop a philosophical and theoretical framework for a cratological (from the Greek kratos: power) study of technology, i.e. one that explains and evaluates how certain technologies afford states or changes in the structure of power of the social systems in which they are embedded. The normative principle proposed is the ideal of equality of power. The second objective is to deploy these frameworks in an analysis of the technological and industrial development of systems for electric power supply.
|Keywords||Power supply systems; Distributed energy resources|
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|Deposited||12 Sep 2013|
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