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Global Futures Report 2013

68 Text Citation Region Full Reference IEA WEO (2010) Global International Energy Agency. 2010. World Energy Outlook 2010. Paris. 738 pp. IEA WEO (2011) Global International Energy Agency. 2011. World Energy Outlook 2011. Paris. 664 pp. IEA WEO (2012) Global International Energy Agency. 2012. World Energy Outlook 2012. Paris. 672 pp. IPCC (2011) Global Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. 2011. Renewable Energy Sources and Climate Change Mitigation Special Report. New York. 1076 pp. IRENA (2012) Africa International Renewable Energy Agency. 2012. Prospects for the African Power Sector. Scenarios and Strategies for Africa Project. Abu Dhabi. 60 pp. ISEP (2011) Japan Institute for Sustainable Energy Policies. 2011. “From ‘Unplanned Power Outages’ towards a ‘Strategic Energy Shift’: Report on Energy Shift after March 11th.” Tokyo. 22 pp. JWPA (2012) Japan Japan Wind Power Association. 2012. “Potential for Introduction of Wind Power Generation and Mid/Long Term Installation Goals (V3.2).” Tokyo. 12 pp. LBNL (2011) China Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 2011. China’s Energy and Carbon Emissions Outlook to 2050. Berkeley, California. 66 pp. Lovins/RMI (2011) United States Lovins, Amory, and Rocky Mountain Institute. 2011. Reinventing Fire: Bold Business Solutions for the New Energy Era. White River Junction, Vermont. Chelsea Green Publishing. 352 pp. METI (2010) Japan Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. 2010. “The Strategic Energy Plan of Japan.” Tokyo. (In Japanese) NEDO (2009a) Japan New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization. 2009. “White Paper on Renewable Energy Technologies.” Kawasaki, Japan. NEDO (2009b) Japan New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization. 2009. PV Roadmap Toward 2030. Kawasaki, Japan. 126 pp. NREL (2012) United States National Renewable Energy Laboratory. 2012. Renewable Electricity Futures Study (volumes 1 to 4). Golden, Colorado. 854 pp. Risø (2010) Global Risø National Laboratory/Denmark Technical University. 2010. Risø Energy Report 9: Non-Fossil Energy Technologies in 2050 and Beyond. Roskilde, Denmark. 90 pp. SEI (2009) Europe Stockholm Environment Institute/Friends of the Earth. 2009. Europe’s Share of Climate Change. Stockholm. 68 pp. SOFRECO (2011) Africa SOFRECO. 2011. Africa Energy Outlook 2040. (Report done in consortium with Ascon Africa, Sofrecom, Nathan Sysra, Cabira, and MWH). Clichy, France. ONRI.1/PIDA/2010/04. 125 pp. UCS (2009) United States Union of Concerned Scientists. 2009. “Climate 2030: A National Blueprint for a Clean Energy Economy.” Cambridge, Massachusetts. 16 pp. UNIDO (2010) Global United Nations Industrial Development Organization. 2010. Renewable Energy in Industrial Applications: An Assessment of the 2050 Potential. Vienna. 60 pp. US DOE EIA (2011) Global U.S. Department of Energy. Energy Information Administration. 2011. International Energy Outlook 2011. Washington, D.C. 292 pp. US DOE EIA (2012) United States U.S. Department of Energy. Energy Information Administration. 2012. Annual Energy Outlook 2012. Washington, D.C. 240 pp. World Bank (2010) East Asia World Bank/AusAid. 2010. Wind of Change – East Asia`s Sustainable Energy Future. Washington, D.C. 162 pp. World Bank (2011) Latin America World Bank. 2011. Meeting the Balance of Electricity Supply and Demand in Latin America and the Caribbean. Washington, D.C. 194 pp. WWF (2011) Global World Wide Fund for Nature/Ecofys. 2011. The Energy Report: 100% Renewable Energy by 2050. Gland, Switzerland. 256 pp. WWF Japan (2011) Japan World Wide Fund for Nature Japan. “Energy Scenario. 100% Renewable Energy.” Kiko Network. Tokyo. (In Japanese) Zhang et al. (2010) China Zhang, Xiliang et al. 2010. “A study of the role played by renewable energies in China’s sustainable energy supply.” Energy. Vol. 35. Pp. 4392–99. RENEWABLES GLOBAL FUTURES REPORT ANNEXes

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