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The biogas chain and local sustainability: an environmental socioeconomic analysis of energy obtained from urban solid-waste from the Caximba land-fill in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
(Univ Nacional Colombia, Fac Ciencias EconBogota DcColombia, 2009)
Modeling of hydraulic and energy efficiency indicators for water supply systems
(Elsevier B.V., 2015-08-01)
The present work approaches the necessity of the hydraulic and energetic efficiency indicator development for the management and decision making of water supply systems (WSSs) that can enable the comparison between the ...
Sustainable development through the use of solar energy for productive processes: The Ayllu Solar Project
The Ayllu Solar project’s main goal is to foster the sustainable development of rural/urban communities in Arica & Parinacota region, northern Chile, by means of using solar energy. This 5-year project is based on three ...
Caribbean Energy Conference and Trade Exposition, Conference proceedings.
Focuses on aspects such as public policy on energy; energy economics; manufacturing and trade of energy products; agricultural and environmental sustainability; energy efficiency technology for buildings; and, energy ...
Flexible ethanol production: Energy from sugarcane bagasse might help the sustainability of biofuels
The ethanol industry in Brazil is going through a period of stagnation, resulting in the reduction of ethanol supply. The ethanol for automotive purposes may be anhydrous, which is used as an anti-detonating additive to ...
Chile: energía y desarrollo
60 GHz Millimeter-wave Bottom-Layer Solutions: Multiplexing Access, Energy Awareness, and Peak-to-Average-Power Ratio
A clear trend shows that cells are smaller, more homogeneously distributed, higher frequency oriented, and more energy conscious. This points toward wireless systems that implement millimeter-wave modulation; therefore, ...
Shaping changes through participatory processes: Local development and renewable energy in rural habitats
The socio-technical adequacy processes of technologies, in general, and particularly, renewable energy, require paradigm changes in the way of thinking and acting in the territory. These processes are key, on post, to ...