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Energy and Power Generation Handbook: Established and Emerging Technologies

K. R. Rao
K. R. Rao
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Renewable energy technologies except for large hydroelectric power have, until recently, played a marginal role in most of the countries in terms of energy supply mix and it is no different in developing nations such as India. Global concerns about excessive consumption and mitigation efforts have put Renewable Energy Technologies on centre stage not merely because of their novelty but out of necessity. In this paper we attempt to put in perspective the opportunities and challenges that these emerging technologies face in a wide range of situations afforded by different countries in the region. Approach taken by different countries is...

10.1 Introduction
10.2 India
10.3 China
10.4 Sri Lanka
10.5 Summary and Conclusion
10.6 Acronyms
10.7 References
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