Strategies and Technologies for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation

Strategies and Technologies for Greenhouse Gas Mitigation : An Indo-German Contribution to Global Efforts

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This study is divided into three main sections: national strategies and programmes; renewable energies for climate protection; and reduction options in the residential section. Topics covered include greenhouse gas mitigation strategies in Germany and the European Community.
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  • Hardback | 356 pages
  • 157 x 226 x 25.4mm | 589.67g
  • Ashgate Publishing Limited
  • United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1840148268
  • 9781840148268

Table of contents

Part 1 National strategies and programmes: Greenhouse gas mitigation strategies in Germany and the European Community, Jurgen-Friedrich Hake, Wilhelm Kuckshinrichs; programme of measures to reduce CO2 emissions in Germany, Manfred Kleemann; development of carbon dioxide emissions in India, Narendra Bansal; global emission aspects and proposals for "no regret" measures in India, Murari Lal. Part 2 Renewable energies for climate protection: status of renewable energy utilization in the Federal republic of Germany, Hermann-Josef Wagner; renewable energy for power generation under changing conditions in Germany, Jurgen-Friedrich Hake et al; photovoltaics in Germany -between efficiency and cost, Jens Simon, Heribert Wagner; potentials and constraints of wind energy utilization for climate protection in Germany, Manfred Kleemann; utilization of biomass in the German energy sector, Martin Kaltschmitt; CO2 reduction potentials through renewable energy sources and rational energy use in India, Narendra Bansal; status of photovoltaic science and technology in India, Viresh Dutta, Prabhat Kumar Koner; the photovoltaic promotion programme in India, Bharat Bhargava; wind power development in India, Ajit Gupta; biomass-based power generation prospects in India, Sudhir Mohan, Jayant Ramakrishna Meshram. Part 3 Reduction options in the residential sector: instruments to realize energy saving potentials in the German residential sector, Wolfgang Feist, Witta Ebel; a modelling approach to energy saving and CO2 mitigation in the residential sector of Germany, Rainer Heckler; energy requirements and alternate energy uses in the residential sector of India, Narendra Bansal, Hari Prakash Garg; analysis of a residential building in India through modelling techniques, Mahabir Singh Bhandari; modelling energy savings and CO2 mitigation in the residential sector in India, Sujata Gupta et al.
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