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Renewable energy

Corporate author: World Renewable Energy Network Publisher: Sovereign Publications, 2009.Language: EnglishDescription: 164 p. : Graphs/Ill./Maps/Photos ; 30 cm.ISBN: 9781906436520Type of document: BookNote: Electronic version available at http://www.wren-renewableenergy.com/
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Renewable EnergyTM 2009 Contents 10 World Renewable Energy Network (WREN): Institution For Cooperation, Transfer of Technology and Promotion of RENEWABLE ENERGY General and Policy Issues - Finance, Insurance and Consultancy 15 Copenhagen and Beyond - A Finance View Rob Tacon, Chairman and Paul Clements-Hunt, Head of Unit, UNEP Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) 19 Managing Clean Energy Risks Elisabeth Terstad, Director of Operations, Cleaner Energy and Utilities, DNV 21 European Union Science and Innovation - Tackling Global Energy and Climate Change Challenges: an International Cooperation Perspective Bruno Schmitz. Bernardo Luis Abello Garcia, Silvia Ferratini 24 World Wide Aquifers and Their Importance in Meeting Water Demand A. AURELI, UNESCO International Hydrological Programme (IHP) 27 BP's Drive into Alternative Energy Katrina Landis, CEO of BP Alternative Energy 29 Climate Protection as a Growth Opportunity in the Global Economic Crisis Dr Ulrich Eberl, Head of the Technology Press and Innovation Communications Department, Siemens 32 Renewables and Innovation - a Challenge in Recession? Philip Wolfe 34 Green Star Alternative Energy 36 Reconciling Climate Action With the Growth Priorities of Developing Nations Katherine Serra, Vice President, Sustainable Development, The World Bank 38 Financial Innovation for the Renewable Energy Industry Dr. Thomas Rüschen, Dr. Dominik Thumfart, Deutsche Bank 41 EIB's Strong Support for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency The European Investment Bank 43 Renewables Will Become The Energy Marketplace of The Future-and That Translates into Exciting Investment Opportunities Today Paul Nillesen, Aad Groenenboom and Michiel Beeldman, PricewaterhouseCoopers 45 Creating a Sustainable Energy Future Robert J Noun, Executive Director, Communications and External Affairs National Renewable Energy Laboratory Pioneering Women 46 New Skills in Renewables For Low Energy Architecture Prof Irene Blasco Lucas MSc Arch of the Regional Institute of Planning and Habitat IRPHa, National University of San Juan, Argentina 49 Toward A New U.S. Energy Economy: Policy Recommendations of the American Solar Energy Society and the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 Barbara C. Farhar, Ph.D. University of Colorado - Boulder 53 Current Trends in Renewable Energy in the Caribbean lndra Haraksingh (Ph.D.) Department of Physics, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine, Trinidad and Tobago 57 Key Issues for Solar Thermal Systems DSc PhD MSc eng. Dorota Chwieduk, President of Polish Solar Energy Society; President of International Solar Energy Society - Europe Technologies 60 Renewable Energy A Brief Overview Prof Ali Sayigh, Chairman of World Renewable Energy Congress and Director Genera; of WREN 66 Driving Sustainable, High-Quality Biofuels Technology UOP A Honeywell Company 68 Bioenergy Perspectives G GRASS, EUBIA - European Biomass Industry Association 69 A Ground Up Perspective Tokya Dammond, President, SymBio Impex Corp., Founder and Chairman, SymBio Polska S A. 74 Wind Energy is a Strategic Option for Achieving a Sustainable Energy Supply - so What Needs to be Done to Realise its Potential? Can el Argyropoulos Head of Strategic and Policy Studies. Garrad Hassan 77 The Challenge of Gunfleet Sands MT Højgaard 79 Nexans Cabling Technology Keeps Energy Flowing Nexans Deutschland GmbH 81 Assessing Local Wind Conditions for Turbine Safety Using WAsP Engineering Morten Nielsen and Peter Hauge Madsen 88 Wind Energy in China Beth J Xiang, Visiting Professor at North Cara Electric Power University, China Innovation Fellow CREST Locghborcugb University, UK, Director, STTL Ltd, UK 91 Facts and Figures on SCHOTT Solar 92 Spreading Solar Culture and its Warmness all over the World Newton Umeno Koeke, International Business Affairs Manager 94 WACOM, A Specialist of Light Source and Lighting Device A leading Solar Simulator Manufacturer 96 World Solar Challenge - Volunteers and Observers in Solar-Powered Racing Michal Puzinsky, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava 101 Hydropower Storage May be the Key to Sustainable Energy F Lempérière, France 104 Applications for Mini and Pico Hydropower to Provide African and Asian Households With a Direct Power Supply Arthur Williams, Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Nottingham 107 Hydro Electricity Progress and Development André Lejeune 110 Multiple-effect Drying and Condensation (MEDC): a Low Energy Desalination Technology Stephane Viannay, Jean-Paul Domen, Antoine Gourdon, Development Manager - 3MW - France 112 Geothermal Energy to Mitigate Climate Change Ruggero Bertani, Geothermal Business Development Enel Green Power, Vice President of the International Geothermal Association (IGA) 115 Wave Energy in Sweden Dr. Rafael Waters, researcher in wave energy, division of electricity of the 'Angstrom Laboratory, Uppsala University 118 Waste to Energy PhD student Sven-Erik Kreij and Professor Bahram Moshfegh* Division of Energy Systems, Department of Management and Engineering, Linkoping University, Sweden Global Regional Outlook 120 The Rapid Development of Photovoltaic Energy Luis Jesús Sánchez de Tembleque, CNE deputy director of Renewable Energies, under the supervision of María Teresa Costa Campi, President of the CNE 122 Invest NI - Helping Northern Ireland Businesses Exploit Sustainable Energy Opportunities 126 The Crown Estate Contribution to CO2 Mitigation Clare Lovett, Media Relations Manager, The Crown Estate 129 Perspectives on Renewable Energy Sources in Hungary Marta Szabo, Szent IsNan University, Institute of Environmental Systems 132 The use of Planting to Improve Summertime Urban Environments Bill Watts 134 The Wisdom Of Our Ancestors - Lessons From Traditional Mediterranean Architecture Dr Despina K Serghides, AA Dipl., RIBA II, AA Grad., PhD. Department of Environmental Management, Faculty of Geotechnical Sciences and Environmental Management, Cyprus University of Technology 138 ClimateHouse: a Building Label Stimulates the Energy and Environmental Performance of Buildings in Italy Norbert Lantschner, Director of ClimateHouse Agency 140 Strategies for the Development of Energy Efficiency Buildings in China Baizhan Li, Key Laboratory of the Three Gorges Reservoir Region's Eco-Environment (Ministry of Education), Chongqing University, China 142 Sustainable Parameters in Introducing Renewable Energy Technology Kamaruddin Abduliah Laboratory of Solar Energy Conversion Technology Darma Persada University/Member of PII/Member of IRES Raclin Inten 2, Pondok Kelapa, East Jakarta 146 Renewable Energy Policy of Nicaragua Ministry of Energy and Mines of Nicaragua Julio Cesar Perez Aauilar, Renewable Energy Specialist 151 The Brazilian Experience with Sugarcane Ethanol: a Sustainable Alternative for Climate Change Mitigation Eduardo Leao de Sousa, Luiz Fernando do Amaral, Geraldine Kulas 155 A New Era of Government-Stimulated Renewable Energy Investment in The United States Steve Chalk, principal deputy assistant secretary, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, US. Department of Energy and Anne Jakle, senior analyst. Sentech Inc 159 Renewable Energy in Massachusetts: A Comprehensive Approach Ian Bowles. Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs Commonwealth of Massachusetts United States of America 163 Eleventh World Renewable Energy Congress Towards Sustainable Environment Green Buildings and Renewable Energy Options Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, 25-30 September, 2010 164 Index to Advertisers

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