Tickell, Oliver
January 2014
Resurgence & Ecologist;Jan/Feb2014, Issue 282, p8
The article discusses the need to put efforts to control the use of polluting fossil fuels and increasing the use of renewable sources of energy in order to prevent global warming and other environmental issues. It informs that cost-effective electricity storage technologies in solar power and wind power sectors are needed to completely take over electricity markets.


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