Araujo Kathleen

Titre Ouvrage:
Low Carbon Energy Transitions: Turning Points in National Policy and Innovation.
Oxford University Press
400 p.

Low Carbon Energy Transitions explores some of the less understood aspects of change in national energy sourcing and use. Utilizing four case histories of energy transitions since the global oil crisis of 1973, the book weighs in on questions about the role of government and innovation in meeting evolving energy priorities. Rethinking Energy at the Crossroads. Beyond Malthus. Research Design, Scoping Tools, and Preview.  Icelandic Geothermal Energy: Shifting Ground. French Nuclear Energy: Concentrated Power. Brazilian Biofuels: Distilling Solutions. Danish Wind Power: Alternating Currents. Comparative Analysis, Tools, and Questions. New Paradigms: Lessons and Recommendations.

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