Winning the War on Global Warming
by Steven Ferrey
Renewable Power in Developing Countries documents how six developing Asian countries are taking head-on electric power development and global warming issues with successful alternative energy programs.
Features and benefits:
- Provides a template for nations, policymakers, international investors, and developers to consult in implementing renewable energy in the economies where it is most successful.
- Covers hot-button issues of global warming, renewable energy, and international development in an easy-to-read format.
- Includes more than 20 comparative tables and a conclusion of the best practices for renewable energy programs.
- List of acronyms, abbreviations, and definitions used in the text.
- Critical Development in Asia
- Renewable Energy as the Global Warming Solution
- Overview: What Works for Renewable Power Implementation in Developing Nations
- Thailand: Creative Competitive Markets in the Heart of the Tiger
- Indonesia: Carrots Rather than Clubs—Incentives for Peak Performance
- India: State Power in a Federalist System
- Sri Lanka: 21st-Century Conversion of Ancient Renewable Technologies
- Vietnam: Capital Markets and Renewable Energy in a People's Republic
- Lessons Learned in Asia for a Successful SPP Program: Template and Techniques
- Financing the Transition
- Key Provisions in Power Purchase Agreements
- The Law and Principles Governing International Power
- The Eye of the Needle: International Environmental Assessments and Reviews for Power Projects