Feasibility of DSM-technology transfer to developing countries
AbstractThis study sought to determine a methodology for enabling the demand-side management (DSM) technology transfer to developing countries. Readily available economic and social indicators, supported with a more detailed end-use research, were used to decide which technologies were suitable for a given developing country. Case studies were performed in N. Cyprus and Turkey to validate the theory. In N. Cyprus, DSM-technology transfer would be more successful in the residential and commercial sectors, whereas in Turkey it would be more feasible to consider DSM options in the industrial sector.
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Volume (Year): 76 (2003)
Issue (Month): 1-3 (September)
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