Structure of international research collaboration in wind and solar energy

  title={Structure of international research collaboration in wind and solar energy},
  author={Ichiro Sakata and Hajime Sasaki and Toshihiro Inoue},
  journal={2011 IEEE International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management},
Climate change is a common global issue. Advanced technologies to tackle the problem are spread throughout the world. Among varies kind of energy sources, wind power and solar cell are the most promising technologies for green growth. This paper will first aim to identify the structure of international research collaboration in wind power and solar cell. Secondly, this paper will compare both structures and discuss factors that would create and support international relationships. We use… CONTINUE READING

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