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Micropower: the next electrical era, Worldwatch paper 151, Worldwatch Institute, Washington DC, July 2000. EN 50160, ‘Voltage characteristics of electricity supplied by public distribution systems’ November 1994, with amendments prAA, prAB and prAC, June 1998.
He has coauthored four chapters in the State of the World annual, as well as Worldwatch Paper 138, Rising Sun, Gathering Winds: Policies to Stabilize the Climate and Strengthen Economies, Worldwatch Paper 151, Micropower: The Next Electrical Era, and Worldwatch Paper 157, Hydrogen Futures: Toward a Sustainable Energy System.
Marie Michael Library. Author. Micropower is emerging in two niches. In developing nations, where centralized supply is even more brittle and has yet to reach . billion people living in power poverty, small-scale electrical services are often already the most economical option. Worldwatch Institute.
Seth Dunn, Micropower: The Next Electrical Era, Worldwatch Paper 151 (Washington, DC: Worldwatch Institute, 2000). Norton & C. 2001).
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