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- Sun and wind power look to year of strong growth. // Professional Engineering;01/14/98, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p9
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- CHP fires up for big growth. // Professional Engineering;02/11/98, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p13
Highlights a survey conducted by MarketLine, which indicates that combined heat and power faces an increase. What was responsible for the increase; Predictions that the United Kingdom could get 12 percent of its power need from combined heat and power.
- Fact File: ELECTRICITY. // Italian Lakes: (Landmark Visitors Guide;2002 3rd Edition, p204
This article presents information about electricity scenario in Italy. The electricity consumption is 220 volts AC. A two-pin continental adapter is recommended.
- Isaac Asimov's futureworld: Energy. // Boys' Life;Jan1991, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p24
Part IV. Provides ideas for new energy sources for the future, by the author, Isaac Asimov. Oil and natural gas are convenient but the supply of these substances are expected to be used up before the 21st century is over. Nuclear energy; Solar;Water and waves.
- Energy Sources. // Congressional Digest;May91, Vol. 70 Issue 5, p138
Looks at United States energy consumption and its steady growth since the early 1980s. Discusses the three major energy consumption sectors, sources, and supply and demand.
- Energy: Powering a nation. Sherman, L. // Cobblestone;Oct90, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p4
Contemplates the meaning and value of energy. Sources of energy; Where it is found; How it is stored; Different kinds of energy.
- Consider the alternatives. Allman, D.D. // Cobblestone;Oct90, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p36
Summarizes several alternative energy sources. Biomass; Geothermal energy; Energy from the ocean; Developing energy efficiency.
- The energy problem. // Cobblestone;Oct90, Vol. 11 Issue 10, p38
Interviews energy experts Hunter Lovins and Linda Stuntz on the current energy problem. Defining the problem; What might happen if solutions are not found; Suggested resolutions; Energy problems worldwide; Current corporate and individual contributions.
- Decomposition of SO2, NOx and CO2 emissions from energy use of major economic sectors in Taiwan. Lin, Sue J.; Chang, Tzu C. // Energy Journal;1996, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p1
Uses the Divisia index approach to decompose emission changes of So2, NOx and CO2 from major economic sectors in Taiwan during 1980 to 1992. Data consolidation; Transportation sector; Comparison with Germany, Japan and the United States; Economic issues.