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No. 17, May 1997

Sustainable Energy News
ISSN 0908-4134

Published by: INFORSE

International Network for Sustainable Energy

INFORSE Secretariat:

P.O. Box 2059, DK-1013
Copenhagen K, Denmark.
Ph: +45-33-121307
Fax: +45-33-121308
E-mail: inforse@inforse.dk
http://www.inforse.dk/

International Network for Sustainable Energy (INFORSE) is a worldwide NGO network formed at the Global Forum in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, June 1992.

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Editors:
Gunnar Boye Olesen
Judit Szoleczky
Rene Karottki
Lars Yde (technical editor)
Niki Fowler (text advice)
Mads Eskesen (layout)

Advisory Board:

Stephen Karekezi, FWD, Kenya
Masse Lo, ENDA, Senegal
R. Myles & T.K.Moulik, India
Emil Bedi, FAE, Slovakia
Emilio La Rovere, IED, Brazil

Deadline for next issue: 25.07.97
Next issue: September 1997

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Sustainable Energy News is sponsored by: Forum for Energy and Development, Denmark.

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