International perspectives on cleaner energy

January 2013
EcoGeneration;Jan/Feb2013, Issue 74, p64
The article discusses the International Energy Foundation's (IEF) International Energy Congress titled "Evolving Energy," held at the SydneyConvention and Exhibition Centre in Sydney, New South Wales in 2012. Noor-E-Alam Ahmed, associate professor at the University of New South Wales, says that global warming and climate change are occurring at faster rates so efforts must be initiated to tackle these issues. It mentions that Ahmed's students gave presentation on wind turbine performance.


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