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Electrical power engineering systems-an assessment of their impact on global climatic change

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Energy expenditure, energy utilisation, fossil fuel reserves and reservoir depletion rates collectively disguise and distract attention from the impacts of our engineering practice on potential climate change. These diversions are further compounded by the attention paid to strategic economic policies which may be microfocused or alternatively, may be on a wider scale encompassing gross-domestic-product studies on a continental basis. This article addresses some of the critical issues.

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Power Engineering Journal  (Volume:12 ,  Issue: 4 )

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Aug. 1998

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