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Reducing carbon-based electricity generation : is the answer blowing in the wind?

McHarg, Aileen and Ronne, Anita (2008) Reducing carbon-based electricity generation : is the answer blowing in the wind? In: Beyond the Carbon Economy. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 287-317. ISBN 978-0-19-953269-8

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Abstract

This chapter discusses reducing carbon-based electricity generation. It includes topics such as 'Obstacles to the expansion of wind energy'; 'European community law framework' and compares wind energy in Denmark and the United Kingdom.