This book is a timely contribution to the international dialogue now underway nationally and internationally on how technology cooperation can foster sustainable economic development through the wise production and use of energy. It includes an integrated package of recommendations which will encourage such technology cooperation, developed by a group of over 90 international energy experts from developed and developing countries, as well as intergovernmental organizations. The subjects discussed are: Energy Technology Cooperation; Approaches to Energy Technology Transfer; Privatization Initiatives in Developing Countries; Energy Technology Transfer and Trade; Electric Power for Sustainable World Economic Development; Processes for Transnational Technology Transfer and Technology Cooperation in the Electric Power Industry; Fomenting Industrial Revolution without New Rights of Pollution; Renewable Energy; and Technology Transfer in End-Use Energy Efficiency. The book's concluding chapter provides a comprehensive perspective on the subject of energy efficiency. Co-published with the Atlantic Council of the United States.
John E. Gray is Vice-Chairman of the Atlantic Council of the U.S., and Chairman of the U.S. Energy Association. Henri-Claude Bailly is Chairman of RCG/Hagler, Bailly, Inc. Donald L. Guertin is a Senior Research Fellow at the Atlantic Council of the U.S.