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Kyoto Protocol Objectives by Promoting the Technology Transfer to Small Island Developing Countries: Santo Antao, Cape Verde


Duić, Neven; Alves, Luis Manuel; Carvalho, Maria Graça
Kyoto Protocol Objectives by Promoting the Technology Transfer to Small Island Developing Countries: Santo Antao, Cape Verde // New and Renewable Technologies for Sustainable Development / Afgan, Naim H. ; Carvalho, Maria G. (ur.).
Boston, Dordrecht, London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002. str. 105-116


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Naslov
Kyoto Protocol Objectives by Promoting the Technology Transfer to Small Island Developing Countries: Santo Antao, Cape Verde

Autori
Duić, Neven ; Alves, Luis Manuel ; Carvalho, Maria Graça

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
New and Renewable Technologies for Sustainable Development

Urednik/ci
Afgan, Naim H. ; Carvalho, Maria G.

Izdavač
Kluwer Academic Publishers

Grad
Boston, Dordrecht, London

Godina
2002

Raspon stranica
105-116

ISBN
1-402-07341-0

Ključne riječi
Kyoto Protocol, small scale CDM, wind, island energy planning, technology transfer

Sažetak
Cape Verde is an example of a state that consists of several islands, with its particular energy situation. The electrical energy system is split into nine islands, and some of the islands, as well as Santo Ant&atilde ; ; o, are further split into several independent electrical energy systems, which makes it hard for modern energy planning. The electricity generation is heavily dependent on Diesel engines of various powers, while on some islands there are some wind capacities installed, particularly on S&atilde ; ; o Vicente. Diesel power is expensive and polluting, but still the most appropriate for such small scale electricity generation. This paper studies implications of different scenarios of development of electrical energy system on the island of Santo Ant&atilde ; ; o, one of the most undeveloped and hard to electrify because of geography and lack of resources. An estimate of electricity demand for the period until 2030 is given. Business as usual scenario based on Diesel capacity is compared to two renewable energy scenarios, one envisaging 30% of the electricity generated by the wind power, and the other combining 25% of wind power with 5% of photovoltaic power. Further scenarios were generated and compared to the previous by the assumption of declining prices of renewable energy technologies. The scenarios were compared from the point of view of electricity generation prices, but also from the point of view of greenhouse gases (GHG) emissions. The possible influence of Clean Development Mechanism as a part of satisfying the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change objectives were assessed. A certain potential for financing the technology transfer was quantified and its influence on different electricity system planning scenarios estimated.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Elektrotehnika, Strojarstvo



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
120001
0120037

Ustanove:
Fakultet strojarstva i brodogradnje, Zagreb

Profili:

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju:

Duić, Neven; Alves, Luis Manuel; Carvalho, Maria Graça
Kyoto Protocol Objectives by Promoting the Technology Transfer to Small Island Developing Countries: Santo Antao, Cape Verde // New and Renewable Technologies for Sustainable Development / Afgan, Naim H. ; Carvalho, Maria G. (ur.).
Boston, Dordrecht, London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2002. str. 105-116
Duić, N., Alves, L. & Carvalho, M. (2002) Kyoto Protocol Objectives by Promoting the Technology Transfer to Small Island Developing Countries: Santo Antao, Cape Verde. U: Afgan, N. & Carvalho, M. (ur.) New and Renewable Technologies for Sustainable Development. Boston, Dordrecht, London, Kluwer Academic Publishers, str. 105-116.
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