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Technology Partnerships for Renewables: Key to Energy Security

3rd Roundtable; Stockholm, Sweden, 26-28 August 2004

Published: 2005
Price: SGD20.00/EURO9.40
Editor: Bertrand Fort, Francis X. Johnson
Publisher: ASEF, Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
ISBN: 981-05-4099-X
Status: Available
Pages/Weight: 272 pages / 456 g
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“Technology Partnerships for Renewables: Key to Energy Security” provides a unique comparison of the state of renewable energy (RE) consumption in Asia and Europe as well as an inventory and analysis of relevant policy measures in the two regions.

Edited by Bertrand Fort (ASEF) and Dr. Francis Johnson (SEI), it features papers from renowned experts and practitioners on renewable energy such as Prof. Emil Salim, Former Minister for the Environment, Indonesia and Dr. Michael Grubb, Associate Director of Policy, The Carbon Trust, UK.

This publication is the outcome of the Asia-Europe Environment Forum 3rd Roundtable (under the same theme) which was held in Stockholm, Sweden, on 26-28 August 2004, co-organised by the ASEF, Institute for Global Environment Technologies (IGES-with the support of the government of Japan), United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and hosted by the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI).

Readership: undergraduates, graduates and academics in the field of environemnt and sustainable development, governmental officials.

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