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There are concerns that the rapid development of the developing countries will hasten global warming and exacerbate resource problems. That is to say, it is quite possible that we cannot solve the North-South problem while at the same time containing global warming and conserving fossil fuels....
‘Globalization of the world economy’ rolls trippingly off the tongue. The thing itself is 450 years old. By 1600 AD there was large-scale trade from the Americas and Asia into Europe. A poor country — Spain — used its great new mineral wealth from the Americas to support all its old...
We create a business as usual scenario for office equipment electricity use from industry forecasts of equipment sales, surveys of equipment densities by building type, measured data on wattage and usage by equipment type and projected lifetimes for equipment. We then calculate electricity used...
Household energy demand in Vietnam is analysed based on a recent household energy survey in four northern provinces. Energy consumption patterns by fuel type and by end use are analysed. The effects of income on these patterns are also examined for different categories of households. Widely held...
A cost minimization model for import strategy of steam coal in Taiwan is proposed. In order to meet the increasingly stringent environmental emission standards and to increase the efficiency of boilers, this paper represents an effort to provide information for Taiwan Power Company to programme...
Since 1985 the official goal for wind power development in the Netherlands is 1000 MW by the year 2000. About 200 MW had been installed in 1995 and in 2000 only about 300 MW appears to be feasible, which is far behind the official goal. Essential government choices that have made policy less...
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