Technical Proceedings of the 2008 Clean Technology Conference and Trade Show

Clean Technology 2008

Chapter 4: Smart Grid, Transmission, Policy

  1. Laying the Groundwork: Lessons Learned from the Telecommunications Industry for Distributed Generation
    A. Wise
    National Renewable Energy Laboratory, US
  2. Impact of Biomass Based Distributed Generation on Electric Grid
    A.A. Kumar, A.R. Masannagari, A.K. Srivastava, N.N. Schulz
    Mississippi State University, US
  3. Intelligent Electrical Energy Demand Management
    K. Ashton
    EnerNOC, US
  4. Renewable Energy Technologies: a Veritable Tool for Women’s Empowerment in Niger Delta Communities
    C.P. Mbachu
    Tennessee Technological University, US
  5. Energy In A New Light - Transforming Corporate Energy Use into a Weapon of Strategy
    D. Livesay, H. Marshall, K. Warren
    Deloitte Consulting - Senior Manager, US
  6. Natural Gas - A Bridge and a Destination
    C. Michael Ming
    Research Partnership to Secure Energy for America, US
  7. Environmental Performance Assessment of Companies: Applying Life Cycle Assessment at the Enterprise Level
    J. Dettling, Y. Loerincik, M. Margni, O. Jolliet
    Ecointesys - Life Cycle Systems, US
  8. Public Policy and Cleantech - Obstacle or Asset?
    A. Wardak, V. Taneja
    University of Virginia, US
  9. Institutional Challenges and Opportunities: Decentralized and Integrated Water Resource Infrastructure
    V.I. Nelson
    Coalition for Alternative Wastewater Treatment, US
  10. FTC’s Regulation of Green Marketing Claims
    E.P. Laws, C.B. Leopold
    PillsburyWinthrop Shaw Pittman LLP, US
ISBN:
1-4200-8502-0
Pages:
724

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