[Green] mark

Mandelbaum, Robb
June 2004
Discover;Jun2004, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p48
Highlights renewable energy sources used by the island of Samsø, Denmark. Success of Samø in using renewable energy; Economic benefits of wind power to local residents; Impact of using renewable energy on gross energy consumption.


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