Fostering sustainable development goals through an integrated approach: phasing in green energy technologies in India and China

Kemp, René / Babette Never / Serdar Türkeli
External Publications (2020)

in: Ademola A. Adenle / Marian R. Chertow / Ellen Moors / David J. Pannell (Hrsg.), Science, technology and innovation for sustainable development goals: insights from agriculture, health, environment, and energy, New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 108-124

ISBN: 9780190949525

In this chapter, we analyze the potential role of science, technology and innovation (STI) in achieving sustainable development goals (SDGs), and what governments in developing countries can do to phase-in STI-based solutions, especially green energy technologies, for achieving SDGs. For this purpose, we examined three successful phase-in experiences in solar energy and energy efficiency in two emerging economies (China, India). 

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Never, Babette

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