27 pages , 2014 Access to quality, reliable and affordable energy continues to be a major constraint to Zambia's transformation into a prosperous middle-income nation. The increasing national demand for energy places Zambia facing a significant power deficit, which has resulted in prolonged hours of load shedding and affected productivity in the economy as a whole. Renewable ene...[Read More]
2011 In India, as elsewhere, modern energy-society relations and economic development, metaphorically, Prometheus and the insatiable demon Bakasura, respectively, have produced unprecedented economic growth even as they have ushered in the "energy-environment crisis." Government efforts interpret the crisis as insufficiently advanced modernity. Resulting efforts to redress this crisis r...[Read More]
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