Renewable Energy : Links

There are 38 documents in this section.

  • World Energy Assessment

    15 November 2000

    The continuation of current energy trends compromises the prospects of many people alive today, as well as those of future generations. UNDP's World Energy Assessment report examines such concerns and explores actions and policies to resolve them.

  • UNEP's Energy Programme

    14 November 2000

    UNEP's Energy Programme addresses the environmental consequences of energy production and use, such as global climate change and local air pollution.

  • Natural Resources Defense Council

    10 November 2000

    Nonprofit organization that aims to protect the environment through research and legal action. Provides infomation and news on a variety of topics including clean air and energy, global warming, clean water and oceans, wildlife and fish, forests and parks, toxic chemicals and health, and cities and green living.

  • Open University Energy and Environment Research Unit

    10 November 2000

    EERU's website contains information on the department's research into renewable energy and green transport, courses and teaching materials, it's bimonthly news service 'Renew', useful links, 'Natta-on-line' - introductory material on renewable energy.

  • McGraw-Hill

    10 November 2000

    News and market information service on the international energy markets. Coverage includes, oil, petrochemicals, non-ferrous metals, power and natural gas. Includes articles from their current magazines: Energy IT, Global Energy Business, Power Magazine and Electrical World T & D.

  • Electricity Journal

    10 November 2000

    Industry news and policy analysis relating to the electricity industry worldwide. On-line subscriber service only, though free preview of the magazine.

  • World Energy Council

    9 November 2000

    This global multi-energy organisation based in london is concerned with promoting the sustainable supply and use of energy. Resources on its website include energy statistics, publications, news, events, and contacts.

  • International Energy Agency

    9 November 2000

    The IEA is an energy forum for 25 member countries concerned with reducing oil dependency through energy conservation, development of alternative energy sources and energy development research in general. Its website includes a wealth of information including world energy statistics, country studies, energy efficiency and techology, its monthly Oil Market Report and other publications.

  • Electric Power Research Institute

    9 November 2000

    EPRI is a non-profit research consortium for the improvment of electric power generation and delivery. Includes journal, newsletter and reports.

  • Rocky Mountain Institute

    9 November 2000

    Set up by the world-renowned resource analysts, Hunter and Amory Lovins, this non-profit global consulting and research firm in Colorado, USA , is concerned with the efficient and sustainable use of resources. Its website contains information on RMI's areas of research and development in energy efficency and transportation - most notably the development of the clean and efficient 'Hypercar'. With FAQ, news, publications and search.