Before the Wells Run Dry: Ireland's Transition to Renewable Energy
R. J. Douthwaite
FEASTA, Jan 1, 2003 - Reneawable energy sources - 333 pages
The thirty energy experts who contribute to this book discuss when the turning point will actually occur and whether other energy sources can be developed in time to avert the looming energy shortage.
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