The Renewable Revolution

Labes, Lucinda
October 1999
Ecologist;Oct99, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p347
Discusses the plan of Brazil to invest on renewable energy. Aim of Iceland to cut its links with fossil fuels; History of the fuel cell technology; Details on the trainings given to the individual Africans by KARADEA Solar Training Facility to erect solar energy systems in Tanzania.


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