January 2004
Renewable Energy Report;2004, Vol. 1, p243
Market Research Report
Presents statistical information concerning the status of the global renewable energy resources from 1990 to 2002. Net imports of geothermal energy; Primary production of solar thermal energy; Consumption of solid biomass energy.


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