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Energy Management for Sustainable Development

Edited by Soner Gokten

Baskent University, Ankara-Turkey

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We are more aware of the need to achieve sustainable development than ever before. It is fair to say that two of the most important factors affecting sustainability are the ways of both producing and using energy. In this sense, this book provides a forum to articulate and discuss energy management issues in the frame of achieving sustainable development. And undoubtedly, we are also deeply concerned about these issues in the recent times. This volume contains 6 chapters and is organized into three sections: "Policies and Strategies", and "Technologies and Industries".

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Energy Management for Sustainable DevelopmentEdited by Soner Gokten

Published: August 1st 2018

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.70970

ISBN: 978-1-78923-577-7

Print ISBN: 978-1-78923-576-0

Copyright year: 2018

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381 Total Chapter Downloads

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1. A Review of Air Pollution Control Policy Development and Effectiveness in China

By Ying Li and Ke Chen

36

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2. Historical Drivers of Energy Infrastructure Change in Nigeria (1800–2015)

By Norbert Edomah

148

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3. Towards a Sustainable Energy Future for Sub-Saharan Africa

By Shadreck Mubiana Situmbeko

45

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4. Electric Vehicle Promotion Policy in Taiwan

By Li-Min Cheng

43

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5. Clean Energy Management

By Ali Samadiafshar and Atiyye Ghorbani

44

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6. Renewable Energy of Biogas Through Integrated Organic Cycle System in Tropical System

By Ambar Pertiwiningrum, Cahyono Agus DK and Margaretha Arnita Wuri

65

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