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Newsletter for INFORSE International Network for Sustainable Energy

Sustainable Energy News
ISSN 0908-4134
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INFORSE Secretariat:

Blegdamsvej 4 B, 2200
Copenhagen N, Denmark.
Ph: +45-35-247700 (NEW!)
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International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE) is a worldwide NGO network formed at the Global Forum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 1992.

Editorial Address:

Sustainable Energy News
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Gunnar Boye Olesen
Judit Szoleczky
Michael Kvetny
Lars Yde (technical editor)
Niki Fowler (text advice)
Mads Izmodenov-Eskesen (Layout)

Advisory Board:

Stephen Karekezi, FWD, Kenya
Su Sarr, ENDA, Senegal
Raymond Myles, INSEDA, India
Emil Bedi, FAE, Slovakia
Emilio La Rovere, LIMA, Brazil
Roque Pedace, Rejima, Argentina
Decharut Sukkumoed, Thailand

Deadline for next issue: 15.4.2000

Next issue: May 2000

The newsletter is quarterly. Feel free to use the information, but please state the source.

Annual subscription rate:

DKK 150 (approx. US$ 25).
Plus bank cost at check: DKK 50 (approx. US$ 10).
The newsletter is free of charge to NGOs as long as possible.

Printed by:

Fjerritslev Tryk, Denmark

Sustainable Energy News is sponsored by:

Forum for Energy & Development (FED), Denmark.

Photo on the front page:

Changing smoked fish on the trays of the efficient kiln. See article on pages 8-9. Photo by JEEP, Uganda.