| Energy research in developing countries |
Compiled by Stephen Graham
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Energy research in developing countries. Ottawa, ON, IDRC, 1994. xvi + 307 p.
/Energy sources/, /energy resources/, /energy consumption/, [energy demand/, /research!, /developing countries/-/energy economics/, [electric power/, /fuels/, /biomass energy/, /human power/, /planning/, /models/, /Africa/, /Asia/, /Latin America/, /case studies/, references.
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