How capitalism became caught up in the carbon-burning trap
Dominic Boyer examines the politics of wind power and how it is shaped by myriad factors-from the legacies of settler colonialism and indigenous resistance to state bureaucracy and corporate investment-while outlining the fundamental impact of energy and fuel on political power.
This Report presents the analytical framework developed by the BEFS project which examines the relationship between food security and bioenergy.... Læs mere
Presents the utilisation of a PEM fuel cell as a power source in a distributed generation system, and also for electric vehicle applications. The... Læs mere
Proceedings of the International Conference held at Seville, Spain, October 27-31, 1986.
Based on the 'soft path' approach to the energy sector, a transition is now under way to a soft path for water. This title presents and applies the water soft path approach.