China publishes wind energy plan
- Hydel power projects. // Economic Review (05318955);May97, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p35
Outlines the Pakistan government's hydel power policy designed to improve power resources development in the country. List of hydel power projects in northern areas; Potential of projects.
- New power policy. // Economic Review (05318955);May97, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p43
Reports on a proposal by the Pakistan government to implement a new power resource policy in July 1997. Deviation from the Power Purchase Agreement under the Power Policy of 1994; Companies that have filed lawsuits against the government for breach of contract.
- Renewable sources capture spotlight. // Electrical World;Jul93, Vol. 207 Issue 7, p25
Reports on the policy shift regarding renewable energy development. Department of Energy budget allocation; General Accounting Office encouragement; Efforts of utility companies.
- China surpasses U.S. in wind capacity. Richardson, Len // Nebraska Farmer;Feb2012, Vol. 154 Issue 2, p115
The article reports that the wind-power capacity of the U.S. has fallen second to China's wind power which has 41,800 megawatts in operation.
- EU increases nuclear research budget to fund fusion programme. // Modern Power Systems;Jan99, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p12
Reports on the European Union's plan to increase the budget for its Euratom energy research program in the year 2000. Use of the Euratom budget to fund investigation into decommissioning.
- Realigning for a new world. O'Leary, Hazel // Modern Power Systems;May95, Vol. 15 Issue 5, p61
No abstract available.
- Rough times for Britain's wave machine. Webb, Jeremy // New Scientist;4/30/94, Vol. 142 Issue 1923, p5
Reports on the British government's decision not to fund research on wave-power machines. Criticism by professor of coastal engineering and machine designer Trevor Whittaker; Department of Trade and Industry's (DTI) policy; Comparison of energy costs; Funding from European Commission.
- China surpasses U.S. in wind power. Richardson, Len // Farmer;Dec2011, Vol. 129 Issue 12, p85
The article reports on the U.S. wind power capacity which was surpassed by China to 41, 800 megawatts.
- Transmission infrastructure-private investment still an option for Pakistan? Boyle, Michael J. // Economic Review (05318955);May97, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p29
Details the Pakistan government's so-called transmission policy designed to attract foreign investment in the country's power generation projects. Objective of the National Grid Co.; Features of the Indus Grid Transmission Project; Consequences of cancelling the Indus project; Benefits of...