China's Energy Achievements, Problems, Prospects

Published in: Google Books > Energy policy > Earth biosphere | Published on 14/Jun/2018 19:51

246 pages , Praeger Publishers , 1976

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Maximizing Zambia's Renewable Energy Potential Policy Options Towards Green Energy Investment and Generation

Published in: Google Books > Energy policy > green energy | Published on 24/May/2018 17:05

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]

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Beyond Prometheus and Bakasura Elements of an Alternative to Nuclear Power in India's Response to the Energy-environment Crisis

Published in: Google Books > Energy policy > alternative power | Published on 17/May/2018 09:23

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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Natural Selection Evolving Choices for Renewable Energy Technology and Policy

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36 pages , UNEP/Earthprint , 2000
This publication presents an overview of major renewable energy technologies and a discussion of the policy frameworks that will further their deployment. It also gives a brief discussion of scenarios that can lead to a sustainable energy future.

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IEA Renewable Energy Market Report 2017

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October 13, 2017 The Center on Global Energy Policy hosted a presentation and discussion of the IEA Renewable Energy Market Report 2017 with Heymi Bahar, Renewable Energy Markets...

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The Environmental Management of Low-grade Fuels

Published in: Google Books > Energy policy > environmental management | Published on 24/Jan/2018 14:56

271 pages , Earthscan , 1996-01-01
Low-grade fuels are those with a low calorific value per unit weight, such as peat, wood, lignite and municipal waste; consequently, they frequently emit a higher percentage of pollutant material after use than higher-grade fuels. Methods to reduce or eliminate environmental damage caused by these pollutants do exist, but are often rela...[Read More]

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