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View Resource Remote Area Power Supply

The Remote Area Power Supply (RAPS) Display is a physical site located at Murdoch University in Perth, Western Australia. The aim of the Display is to inform people about the cost, performance and...

http://wwwphys.murdoch.edu.au/WebRAPS/
View Resource EUROFORES

EUFORES is an independent, non-profit organization that promotes the use of renewable energy, established to pursue the target outlined in the 1994 “Declaration of Madrid” - a 15%...

http://www.eufores.org/
View Resource Renewable Energy Sources: Case Studies

Case studies regarding European facilities constructed to generate various types of renewable energy. Includes descriptions of the amount of energy generated, environmental impact, investment and...

http://erg.ucd.ie/sectors/res/res_casestudies.html
View Resource Energy Research Group (ERG)

ERG architects and engineers promote energy-conscious and environmentally responsible design through its comprehensive range of services to government, private, commercial, research and utility...

http://erg.ucd.ie/
View Resource IT Power Homepage

IT Power is a sustainable energy consultancy that assists clients to meet their environmental challenges through strategic planning, resource assessments, feasibility studies, energy planning so as...

http://www.itpower.co.uk/
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