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Synergy between Renewable Energy & Emerging Transport Solutions

 John Titchen
  16th-Jul-2009
Description: The world faces a number of significant challenges in the stationary and transport energy sectors. The need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and concerns around energy security including the depletion of oil reserves are imminent. A number of renewable energy technologies are mature and will play an important role in meeting these challenges. In addition, new transport technologies have been developed and are becoming available. This presentation will address the synergies that are emerging.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Transportation
Maxims of Tech: Rules of Engagement for a Fast Changing Environment
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The Synergy Between Renewable Energy & Emerging Transport Solutions



John Titchen

CONASTA 58, Launceston 2009

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