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March 2007
Vol. III Issue. 40; 27 March 2007
Electricity Export Potential of Tajikistan & Kyrgyzstan - 27 March 2007
"Tajikistan currently has the ability to export electricity in the summer, and with the completion of hydroelectric plants that were begun during the Soviet times, the export capacity can be increased over the medium term..."
 
 
Vol. III Issue. 39; 20 March 2007
Electricity Trade between Central Asia and South Asia - 20 March 2007
"With regard to import of power, Afghanistan plans to undertake a two-pronged approach: one aimed at securing power for itself, and the other aimed at transiting Central Asian power through its territory to countries such as Pakistan and Iran..."
 
 
Vol. III Issue. 38; 13 March 2007
Reliable Access to Electricity: A Critical Component of Regional Economic Growth in South Asia - 13 March 2007
"Integrated electricity planning will lead to optimal cost saving through regional trade by aligning the electricity deficit and surplus markets in the region. Significant cost savings are to be gained from optimal planning of electricity supply systems in the South Asian region..."
 
 
Vol. III Issue. 37; 06 March 2007
Regional Energy Infrastructure Proposals in the Asia-Pacific: Opportunities for Cooperation (Part- II) - 06 March 2007
"The countries of Asia Pacific already collectively constitute the world's largest market for liquefied natural gas, and one of the world's largest markets for crude oil and petroleum products. Recent economic growth in the countries of the region, particularly in China, India and in other countries of ASEAN including the Republic of Korea, has resulted in a very significant increase in both energy demand..."
 
 
 
February 2007
Vol. III Issue. 36; 27 February 2007
Regional Energy Infrastructure Proposals in the Asia-Pacific: Opportunities for Cooperation - 27 February 2007
"The world's energy resources are sufficient to meet projected demand, but mobilizing the investment required to convert resources into available supplies depends on the ability of the energy sector to compete against other sectors of the economy for capital..."
 
 
Vol. III Issue. 35; 20 February 2007
Nuclear Energy for India: Enlightened Self Interest? - 20 February 2007
"The winning combination of an educated work force to conduct the tests and a poor population on whom to conduct tests at unbelievably low prices proved to be extremely attractive for the giant corporations. India could work similar magic for the US nuclear power industry..."
 
 
Vol. III Issue. 34; 13 February 2007
Small Hydro Power Project: A Major Renewable Energy Source in Uttaranchal - 13 February 2007
"The old technology-oriented paradigm focusing on technology demonstrations and economic viability is being replaced by a new focus on market assessment, policy and institutional issues, and demonstration of sustainable business models..."
 
 
 
January 2007
Vol. III Issue. 33; 31 January 2007
Twenty in Ten: Will it Strengthen America's Energy Security? - 31 January 2007
"The renewable fuel and fuel efficiency components of the plan are expected to cut annual emissions from cars and light trucks by as much as 10 percent, about 175 million metric tons equal to zeroing out the annual emissions of 26 million automobiles. The plan could cumulatively prevent the build up of more than 600 million metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions..."
 
 
Vol. III Issue. 32; 24 January 2007
What do falling crude prices mean for India's Fiscal Deficit? - 24 January 2007
"Proponents of petroleum taxes argue that the tax would significantly increase revenue thus reduce fiscal deficit and consequently lower interest rates and raise investment. Opponents of petroleum taxes counter that it would not reduce the fiscal deficit
 
 
24 January 2007
What do falling crude prices mean for India's Fiscal Deficit? - 24 January 2007
"Proponents of petroleum taxes argue that the tax would significantly increase revenue thus reduce fiscal deficit and consequently lower interest rates and raise investment. Opponents of petroleum taxes counter that it would not reduce the fiscal deficit
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