PREFACE: Physics of Sustainable Energy II: Using Energy Efficiently and Producing it Renewably

Hafemeister, David; Kammen, Daniel; Levi, Barbara Goss; Schwartz, Peter
November 2011
AIP Conference Proceedings;11/4/2011, Vol. 1401 Issue 1, p1
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