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Generalized Geologic Map for Land-Use Planning: Muhlenberg County, Kentucky

Beck, E. Glynn ; Williams, David A ; Carey, Daniel I

DOI: 10.13023/kgs.mc110.12

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Greenhouse Gas Mitigation in the Power Sector : Case Studies from India

World Bank

Other Identifier: The study extends the previous work from the "India : Environmental Issues in the Power Sector" report, by applying a global overlay, that is, including greenhouse gas (GHG) emission impacts, and GHG mitigation analysis, as well as estimating the incremental costs of GHG reduction, for the two case studies, Andhra Pradesh (AP) and Bihar. The study analyzes economic, financial, and technical issues, though not necessarily environmental impacts, to then "overlay" these analyses, with a systematic process for assessing the implications of GHG business-as-usual (BAU), and reform, so as to design a new scenario, i.e., the GHG mitigation scenario. Following a revision of its scope, and methodology, the study focuses on load forecasts, based on the two case studies' projected unconstrained energy, and power demand over a twenty year planning for the BAU, and reform scenarios, broken down by consumer category: domestic, commercial, low tension/high tension industry, and agriculture. Both case studies relied heavily on a least-cost power system expansion planning software (A/SPLAN), which employs a dynamic programming algorithm. Conclusions suggest that BAU implications cannot be applied as a meaningful baseline scenario for GHG mitigation analysis in these two case studies. While emissions are lower under BAU, than under reform, the expected energy served is also substantially less: massive expected failures in electricity supply under BAU conditions would not be acceptable, thus the reform scenario was selected as a baseline reference point for GHG reduction analysis.

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Technology Assessment of Clean Coal Technologies for China : Volume 3. Environmental Compliance in the Energy Sector

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Other Identifier: Analysts expect China to continue improving the efficiency of energy production and use, thereby decoupling the traditional relationship between gross domestic product (GDP) and energy consumption. Environmentally acceptable economic growth is closely linked with further improvements in the overall efficiency of energy use. Both of these goals will require a continued increase in the use of coal to produce electricity, along with a more deliberate and rapid transition from direct coal combustion to the use of electricity and other cleaner coal-based fuel sources, especially for cooking, space heating, and industrial furnaces. The opportunity for environmental improvement in conjunction with economic growth lies in the wise adoption of clean coal technologies (CCT) for both the electric power and non-power sectors. This report presents CCT options for the power sector that can help China achieve these twin goals. The CCT options are: 1) air pollution controls for particulates, sulphur dioxide, and nitrous oxide; and 2) advanced electricity generation technologies--supercritical pulverized-coal boilers, atmospheric and pressurized fluidized-bed combustors, and integrated gasification combined cycle plants. Volume 1 of this report explains the project costing methodology and the electric power CCT options. Volume 2 summarizes the development and technology assessment of clean coal technologies for the non-power sector in China.

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Turkey - Energy and the Environment : Issues and Options Paper

World Bank

Other Identifier: This report represents an initial effort to assist Turkey in developing its energy-environment strategy. It represents the first phase of the Turkey Energy and Environment Review. A previous draft of the paper, translated into Turkish, served as the basic discussion document at an Energy and Environment workshop on the environmental impact of energy development in turkey held in Ankara on November 12, 1999. The five break-out sessions covered improved energy efficiency, inter-fuel substitution, institutional/legal//regulatory measures and market-based instruments, Turkish options to participate in the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), and improved technologies and practices. This revised version of that paper includes the workshop's main findings and recommendations and discusses the priorities for further work suggested by workshop participants.

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View of Pottsville Taken from Sharp Mountain & respectfully dedicated to the enterprising citizens of the Coal Region by J.R. Smith

Smith, John Rubens ; Smith, John Rowson

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