July 2011
Oil Shale;2011, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p367
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the various challenges at the energy industry in Estonia. These challenges include energy supply and environmental pollution due to fossil fuels. It also discusses the development of the oil-shale industry, the optimal decision-making in energy engineering and the systematic planning of the power system in the country.


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