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Renewable energy; a global review of technologies, policies and markets.

9781844072613

Renewable energy; a global review of technologies, policies and markets.

Ed. by Dirk Abmann et al.

Earthscan Publications Ltd.

2006

320 pages

$115.00

Hardcover

TJ808

The emphasis is on the commercial prospects of renewable energy, and the brief discussions of technology are in that context. In 14 papers apparently but not explicitly from an international conference in Bonn in June 2004, contributors from corporations, non-profit organizations, and universities around the world consider such aspects as renewable energy for transport, the regulation of energy markets, mobilizing finance, gender equity, and capacity development.

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