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Sustainable Energy, A decade of integration

Proceedings of INFORSE workshops at the Solar Summit, Harare, Zimbabwe September, 12-14, 1996

150 pages, 15 authors in 5 Section.
Compiled by Svend Erik Ladefoged, Natascia Petringa.


- Better management of Natural Energy Resources in Rural Areas: Fuelwood Stoves and Biogas

By Biomass User Network, Zimbabwe; FOOD, Kenya; INSEDA, India.

- How to Implement Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in Industrial Economies.

By ATA, Thailand; CETDEM, Malaysia; Dept. of Minerals and Energy, South Africa; OVE, Denmark.

- Provision of CO2 Free Energy Services through Off-Grid Solar Electrification: Organisational Experiences.

By Solar Project, Zimbabwe, UNDP-GEF; Pacific Experience.

- Scope for Subregional Collaboration on Renewable Energy Development in South Africa

By Highland Experience Ltd.; EDRC; SADC, South Africa.

INFORSE Secretariat
P. O. Box 2059, Copenhagen K, 1013, Denmark.
Ph: +45-33121307,

Education and Simulation in the Field of Renewable Energy in South and South East Asia

Proceedings of a Seminar. Edited by Anil Misra, Edu Knagge, 265 p, 1996. Published-by Teri, India; DAAD, German Academic Exchange Service, India; Oldenburg University, Germany.

Teri Energy Data Directory & Yearbook 1996 / 97

470 pages, Rs 700 or US$ 70 Overseas.

Tata Energy Research Institute, Darbari Seth Block Habitat place Lodhi road, New Delhi 110003 India. Ph/fax:+91-11-4622246/- 4621770

Sustainable Energy Handbook, for NGOs and Local Groups, New Revised Russian Edition!


110 pages, Price: $4 for CIS countries and $7 abroad (including post)

Echo Vostok PO Box 56, Kiev 253192, Ukraine.
Ph: +380-44-5441780,
Fax: +380-44-5435852,

The original Danish handbook has been translated to English and five Eastern European languages. NGOs are encouraged to print or translate it in more copies or more languages.

The English and Danish versions are available for DKK 120 at:
OVE, Danish Organisation for Renewable Energy,
Dannebrogsgade 8a, 8000 Aarhus C, Denmark
Ph: +45-86760444,
fax: +45-86-760544,


ReNew - Technology for a sustainable future

Published by ATA, Australia. Alternative Technology Association (ATA) is a non-profit community group. The previously name of the periodical was Soft Technology. Quarterly, 80 pages.

Contact: ReNew, 247 Finders Lane, Melbourne VIC3000, Australia
Ph: +39650-7883,
Fax: +3-9650-8574,

RENEW - Technology for a Sustainable Future

Published by NATTA, UK.
Network for Alternative Technology and Technology Assessment (NATTA) is a voluntary, non profit organisation. Bimonthly, 40 pages.

Contact: RENEW / NATTA, c/o EERU, The Open University,
Walton Hall, Milton Keyenes, Bucks, MK7 6AA, UK
Ph: +44-190865-4638,
fax: +44-190865-3744,

T521 Renewable Energy: Resource Pack for Tertiary Education
Designed to help lecturers in the tertiary education section.
The media included 500 pages text, 1 video, 80 slides, 6 diskettes with spreadsheets based exercises, etc.,

Contact: Learning Material Sales Office, The Open University,
PO Box 188, Milton Keynes MK7 6DH, UK
Ph: +44-1908-652152,
Fax: +44-1908654320.

Renewable Energy, Power for a Sustainable Future
Edited by Godfrey Boyle. The book is a major component of the Open University, UK, Undergraduate Course T265 Renewable Energy. 479 pages, 1996, £22.50

Power from the Waves
By David Ross, free lance journalist and writer specializing in energy of the waves, incorporating and expanding the editions in 1979 and 1981. 211 pages, 1995, £19.99

Contact: Oxford University Press, Saxon Way West, Corby NN18 9ES, UK
Ph/fax: +44-1536-741519/-746337