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close this bookSustainable Energy News - No. 06 September 1994 (INFORSE, 1994)
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Acknowledgments

Sustainable Energy News

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Gunnar Boye Olesen, OVE
Rene Karottki, Forum for Energy and Development

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Deadline for next issue: 29.11.93 Next issue: December 1993

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Supported by: Forum for Energy and Development.

The coming international events, from the Social Summit to the European Energy Market, mark an increased international activity, that is covered by a number of articles in this issue. These are followed by descriptions of some new developments in the lNforSE campaign on sustainable energy for social development that will link NGO energy activities with the UN summits.

Biofuel for transportation is a rapidly growing way of using renewable energy, and is also the theme of two articles in this issue on experience with alcohol and rape seed oil for transportation.

Annexed to this issue is the Sustainable Energy Contact List (excl. Europe), the first attempt at a worldwide list of energy NGOs.

Front Page:

Building solar cookers in Basel. On one Sunday, 32 solar cookers were built. Solar cookers developed by ULOG are widespread in Switzerland, as well as in many developing countries (see article at the back page). - Demonstration of one of the ULOG cookers in Sudan. - An ULOG solar cooker installed outside the window in a city flat in Basel. Photos: Group ULOG