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    • A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Rainwater Harvesting 

      Hicks, William D (2008-04-24)
      Rainwater harvesting has provided a water source for communities around the world dating back to circa 1500 B.C. This ancient technology continues to serve populations today, mainly in poor, rural or dry regions of the ...
    • EVALUATING THE ECONOMICS OF SMALL WIND POWER IN NORTH CAROLINA 

      Zhuang, Wenjie Jr (2010-04-30)
      “Small wind” is defined as wind-powered electric generators with rated capacities of 100 kilowatts (kW) or less. Compared with utility-scale wind systems, small wind enjoys many economic and social advantages including reducing ...
    • The Impacts of Rural Electrification in the Kingdom of Bhutan 

      Litzow, Erin L. (2017-04-28)
      Since the 1990s, the Kingdom of Bhutan has made significant investments to achieve universal rural electrification (RE), with goals to improve education, health and employment outcomes and reduce fuelwood consumption. While ...