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Smart shopping centers, controlled emission: rooftop PV power generation for a clean metropolitan city Dhaka, Bangladesh
(Joint Research Centre, Institute for Energy and Transport, European Commission, 2016-04)
Dhaka, one of the fastest growing cities in the world has around 500 shopping centres, which use unstable electricity supply from the national grid. A medium size shopping centre having 50 shops consumes about 320kWh every ...
Summary and Conclusions
Influence of India’s transformation on residential energy demand
This paper analyses the economic and demographic transformation taking place in India and estimates the implication of these changes on residential energy demand up to 2030 horizon. It uses a bottom-up modelling approach ...
Ghana’s bio-energy policy: Is 20% biofuel integration achievable
This paper reviews the biofuel development prospects in Ghana and estimates whether the country can meet the objective of a 20% target for biofuel production by 2020. It finds that the country can achieve this target but ...
Changes in the GHG emission intensity in EU-15: Lessons from a decomposition analysis
This paper analyses the reduction in greenhouse gas emissions in 15 countries of the European Union between 1990 and 2007 to find out the contribution of different countries. Using the log-mean Divisia index decomposition ...
Integration of wind power into the British system in 2020
This paper investigates the integration of renewable electricity into the UK system in 2020. The purpose is to find the optimal wind generation that can be integrated based on total cost of supply. Using EnergyPLAN model ...
Enabling policies for enhancing sustainability of electricity access programmes
(IGI Global, 2016-05)
The chapter maps policy linkages, identifies the gaps in policies and recommends options for developing the enabling environment for enhancing electricity access. This chapter suggests that the policy environment governing ...
Shaping a sustainable energy future for India: management challenges
Decentralized Renewable Hybrid Mini-Grids for Sustainable Electrification of the Off-Grid Coastal Areas of Bangladesh
Lack of access to energy is considered as a serious bottleneck for the socio-economic development of Bangladesh. Despite earning recognition for promoting solar home systems, most of the rural areas and remote islands of ...