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Technology transfer of energy efficient technologies in industry: a review of trends and policy issues

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  • Worrell, Ernst
  • van Berkel, Rene
  • Fengqi, Zhou
  • Menke, Christoph
  • Schaeffer, Roberto
  • O. Williams, Robert

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  • Worrell, Ernst & van Berkel, Rene & Fengqi, Zhou & Menke, Christoph & Schaeffer, Roberto & O. Williams, Robert, 2001. "Technology transfer of energy efficient technologies in industry: a review of trends and policy issues," Energy Policy, Elsevier, vol. 29(1), pages 29-43, January.
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