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Internationale Energieagentur (IEA)

Technology Roadmap, Carbon Capture and Storage, IEA 2009

Der Fahrplan zu Carbon Capture and Storage zeigt den aktuellen Status sowie die notwendigen nächsten Schritte aus Sicht der Finanzierung, Gesetzgebung, des öffentlichen Bewusstseins und der internationalen Zusammenarbeit. International Energy Agency English, 52 pages

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IEA (2008b), CO2 capture and storage: A Key Abatement Option, IEA/OECD, Paris.

Die Publikaton zeigt mehrere Szenarien der CO2 Speicherung. Ausgehend von den Kosten der Speicherung, gemessen in USD / t CO2, wird die mögliche Reduktion von CO2 Emissio-nen bestimmt. Weitere Kapitel behandeln Demonstrationsprojekte, Finanzierung, Regulie-rung sowie öffentliches Bewusstsein und internationale Zusammenarbeit. International Energy Agency English, 266 pages

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Putting Carbon back into the ground

Die Publikation "Putting Carbon back into the ground" des IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme vom Februar 2001 zeigt die Möglichkeiten der Einspeicherung von CO2 und behandelt Fragen wie Umweltauswirkungen, Speichersicherheit und Kosten. International Energy Agency English, 32 pages

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IEA (2007), Legal Aspects of CO2 Storage: Update and Recommendations, IEA/OECD, Paris.

Diese Publikation behandelt die wichtigsten rechtlichen Themen im Umfeld der CCS-Debatte und zeigt Beispiele einer Rechtssprechung zur Ermöglichung von CCS. International Energy Agency English, 144 pages

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IEA ECBCS Annex 49 Midterm Report (2010)

Low Exergy Systems for High-Performance Buildings and Communities English

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Renewables 2010 Global Status Report

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ENARD Annex I Information sub-Task

regulatory frameworks and business models conducive to the development of Smart Grids Aidan Roberts English, 51 pages

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Annex 45 - Guidebook on energy efficient electric lighting for buildings

Liisa Halonen, Eino Tetri & Pramod Bhusal English, 376 pages

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Emissions from bioenergy (2010)

Improved accounting options and new policy needs. In Proceedings of the 18th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition, Lyon. Bird D. N., Cowie A., Frieden D., Gustavsson L., Pena N. Pingoud K., Rüter S., Sathre R., Soimakallio S., Türk A., Woess-Gallasch S., Zanchi G. English, 5 pages

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IEA - Advanced Fuel Cells

Austrian Participation in the IEA Implementing Agreement on Advanced Fuel Cells 2004-2008 Series 42/2010
J. Gesellmann, G. Simader, V. Hacker
Publisher: BMVIT
English, 89 pages

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Energiesysteme der Zukunft

National Smart Grids R&D Initiatives in Europe

Results of the 1st Smart Grids ERA-Net Workshop on 3th March, 2010 Series 17/2010
M. Hübner, N. Prüggler
Publisher: BMVIT
English, 133 pages

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Smart Grids Projects in Austrian R&D Programmes 2003-2010

Series 16/2010
K. Schauer, K. Hollaus, M. Hübner
Publisher: BMVIT
English, 157 pages

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Energiesysteme der Zukunft

Electrical Enduse Efficiency Chances for Green ICT and Electronics in Austria

Series 08/2010
Michael Hübner, Ao. Univ. Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Wimmer, DI Marcus Hofmann
Publisher: BMVIT
English, 172 pages

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Road Map for Dealing with Non-Permanence in LULUCF and REDD (2010)

To date the land use sector has failed to contribute to achieving climate mitigation goals in proportion to its potential. A major reason for this is the lack of a sufficiently robust and attractive solution to the non-permanence (reversibility) of carbon stocks that would garner stron support from Annex-I country stakeholders, including carbon market investors. Unless a solid solution to the reversibility problem is developed, REDD+ will also fail to result in significant increase in the use of forests to mitigate climate change. English

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IEA Bioenergy Executive Summary (2009)

This publication is the Excutive Summary of a report jointly prepared for IEA Bioenergy by the Energy Research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN), E4tech, Chalmers University of Technology and the Copernicus Institute of the University of Utrecht. English

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SolarUpdate Vol. 51 (November 2009)

Newsletter of the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme, Topics: Renovating houses to meet high energy standards, Solar Forecasting to Support District Heating in Austria, country spotlight - solar thermal in france, Solar + Heat Pumps, Harmonization of Testing Standards and Certification Requirements English

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Integrated Energy Contracting (IEC) (2009)

A new ESCo Model to Combine Energy Efficiency and (Renewable) Supply in large Buildings and Industry - Discussion Paper

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IEA Bioenergy - The impact of indirect land use change (2009)

This publication provides the summary and conclusions from the workshop Bioenergy - The Impact of Indirect Land Use Change, held in conjunction with the meeting of the Executive Committee of IEA Bioenergy in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, on 12 May 2009. English

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Solar Heating And Cooling in Austria (Faninger, 2009)

Status Report 2009 on Research, Development and Market Deployment of Solar Thermal Technologies in Austria. Presented to the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme in July 2009

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IEA Bioenergy Task 42 Biorefineries : adding value to sustainable utilisation of biomass (2009)

This feature article provides an overview of the work of Task 42: Biorefineries: Co-Production of Fuels, Chemicals, Power and Materials from Biomass. It was prepared by the Task Leaders, Mr. Ed de Jong, Avantium Technologies BC and Mr. René van Ree, Wageningen University and Research Centre, the Netherlands. English