January 2004
Renewable Energy Report;2004, Vol. 1, p226
Market Research Report
Presents an overview of the global market for hybrid power systems as of January 2004. Development of a hybrid electric system; Off-grid hybrid generation systems being used in China; Comparison of three operational hybrid systems in Inner Mongolia.


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