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Publications

Renewable Energy Development in India: Analysis of US Policy Experience. (See article page No. 8-9)
Edited by P. Venkata Ramana, Keith Kozloff, 14 authors participating on a seminar January 1995 by TERI and WRI, USA. 1995, 153p, US$ 33 inclusive postage.

Planning for the Indian Power Sector Environmental and Development Considerations.
By Canadian Energy Research Institute and Tata Energy Research Institute, Study No 62, June 1995. 365p, US$ 80 inclusive postage.

Environmental Considerations and Options in Managing India's LongTerm Energy Strategy.
Prepared by a 42-person TERI project team, supported by Indian Ministerial Steering Committee and by UNEP.

Energy Environment Monitor of India, Special Issue on Wind Energy 438p March 1995, US$ 25.

Pacific and Asian Journal of Energy, Special Issue on Renewable Energy
Volume 5 no.1, 8 articles: woodfuel Phillippines, environ-renewables in India, solar in Middle East, biogas, cookstove in China, GIS to sense biomass in Pakistan, 141p, June 1995

Contact: Tata Energy Research Institute (TERI) Darbari Seth Block, Habitat Place, Lodi Road, New Delhi 110 003, India. Ph/fax: +11-91-114601920t-4621770.
e-mail: mailbox@teri.emet.in

The Role of the Private Sector in the Small-Scale Hydropower Fields.
By K. Goldsmith, MHPG Series, Volume 12 ICSp 1995, SFr 30.

Solar Water Heaters in Nepal, Manufacture & Cost Calculation
Edited by Mechanical Training Centre (MTC) Kathmandu, Nepal. 240p, 1990, SFr 25.

Contact: llona Paizs, Swiss Center for Development Cooperation in Technology and Management (SKAT) Boookshop, Vadianstr. 42, 9000 St Gallen, Switzerland.
Ph/fax: +41-71-237475/-237545 e-mail: 100270.2647@compuserve.

Farmers, Forests and Fuel

Towards a new biomass energy strategy in Sri Lanka
By Mick Howes with Pandula Endagama, 1995, 1 70p

Contact: Intermediate Technology Publication, 103/105 Sothhampton Row, London WCIB 4HH, UK. Ph/fal: +44-71-436-97611-2013.

The Green Plan: Energy, Jobs, Opportunity & a Cleaner Environment A blueprint of an energy future that utilizes energy efficiency and local renewable resources. The report outlines how the state can strengthen local economies, diversify Wisconsin's energy supply, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Contact: Wisconsin's Environmental Decade, 14 W. Mifflin St., Suite 5, Madison, Wisconsin, 53703, USA.
Ph: +1-608-251-7020.

Air Pollution & Climate Series, '95: No. 3 Sulphur emission from large point sources in Europe
By Mark Barrett, R. Protheroe, 20p No. 4 To clear the air over Europe

A critical examination of the present guidelines and standards for air quality, with proposals for the revision, 40p
By Magnus Nilsson

No. 5 Large Combustion Plants, Revision of the 1988 EC Directive
By Frederick Lundbergy and Christer Agren, 24p.

Contact: The Swedish NGO Secretariate on Acid Rain, Box 7005 402 31, Gdteborg, Sweden. Ph/fax: +46-31-15-3955/-0933

Periodicals
Natural Energy Review

The Only Indian Monthly on Renewable Energy
Published by Strategic Communications. Inaugural Issue, January 1996. Contact: Amit Chakravarty, Strategic Communications, l st Floor, Walker House, Off Tribhuvan Road Comer, Lemington Road, Bombay 400004, India.
Ph/fax: 382-5308, e-mail: high.spirits@axcess.net.in.

International Solar News

Newsletter for the International Centre for Application of Solar Energy (CASE) 1st issue: October 1995
Contact:: CASE Level 3,81 St George's Terrace Perth, WA 6000, Australia. Ph/fax: +619-3217600/-7497, e-mail: case@ wantree.com.au.
Newstetter of Postgraduate Course of Renewable Energy
Published by University of Oldenburg two times a year. The MSc course prepares for applying RE technology in the Third World.
Contact: Edu Knagge, PO Box 2503, 26111 Oldenburg, Germany.
Ph/fax: +49-441-798-3S441-3326, e-mail: edu@pre.uni-oldenburg.de

Third Opinion
Australia's independent quarterly safe energy journal,
Contact: Claire Gerson, Suite 15, 1st floor 104 Bathurst Street, Sydney. Ph/fax: 2-283-200312005, e-mail: foesydney@pag.apc.org,

SEA News
Published by CANSEA, Climate Action Network - South East Asia
Contact: Gurmit Singh,CANSEA, PO 80x 382, 46740064 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. Ph/fax: 60377577671-7754039. email: epsm@peg.apc.org (Please note that CANSEA moved in January 1996 to the Center for Environment, Technology and Development in Malaysia)

Sustainable Energy Resources
Published by SUN DAY Campaign
Reviews the US Governmental Sustainable Energy Policy.
Title changed from Sun Day Update. Issue August,95 included a list of 'Low and no-cost educational resources on renewable energy and efficiency technologies.' (Films, videotapes, curricula materials from US)
Contact: 315 Circle Avenue, #2, Takoma Park, MD 20912 4836, USA.
Ph/fax:+ 1 -301 -2702258/-89128O6.