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Energy security in Asia - Himalayan hydropower

  title={Energy security in Asia - Himalayan hydropower},
  author={Michael J. Deane},
  • M. Deane
  • Published 1 December 2015
  • Environmental Science
This thesis explores actual and potential feasibility of investment in hydropower in the Himalayan region and China. Hydropower’s carbon free and sustainable image has come under threat thanks to increasing concerns over climate change, population growth, and energy demand. Existing implications and evolving externalities are increasingly threatening the feasibility of current and future developments. The Himalayas natural water resources and high gradients make it the ideal location for power… 


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