|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2015|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.02(d)|
About the Author
Srinivasan Sunderasan is an Economist at Verdurous Solutions Private Limited (Mysore, India), which is an Investment advisory and consultancy specializing in management and financing aspects of renewable energy, microfinance, water, waste and other ‘sustainable development’ initiatives. Prior to this, he was the Deputy Country Manager (India) of Photovoltaic Market Transformation Initiative (PVMTI), an Investment Officer with the South Asian Region for Solar Development Group (SDG) and Triodos Renewable Energy for Development Fund. He has obtained his PhD from University of Vienna, Austria in 2005 specializing in Business Economics.
He has twenty years of rich and diversified experience as a techno-commercial professional, in planning, project management, research, academics and consultancy in various industries including construction, telecom, energy, financial services and ‘sustainable development.’ He is recognised as an expert on rural energy supply models by the International Solar Energy Society and a specialist in evaluation and financing for renewable energy and other cleantech ventures. He has authored, and contributed to, many books on related subjects published by Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, Nova Publishers and Springer Verlag. He is an editorial board member of J. Reviews on Global Economics and expert peer-reviewer with prestigious publishers including Elsevier B.V. and Springer Verlag. He is guest faculty of Finance/Economics at reputed business schools.
Table of ContentsCase1. Solar PV – Thermal Hybrids: Energy in Synergy.- Case 2. The Condit Dam: A Make or Break Decision.- Case 3. Rainmaker in Kuwait: Precipitating a Solution.- Case 4. Amakhala Wind: Turbulence In The Detail?.- Case 5. San Cristobal Wind Power Project: Addressing Petrel and Diesel Conservation.- Case 6. Recogen, Sri Lanka: Thinking Out Of The Shell.- Case 7. Delhi Airport Metro Line: Aborted Takeoff?.- Case 8. Godawari Green: Got-to-worry?.- Case 9. The Tesla Roadster: Running on Empty?.- Case 10. Mount Coffee Hydro: Stimulating A New Generation.- Case 11. Nepal, Ridi Hydro: Common Equity – Uncommon Enthusiasm.- Case 12. Wyke Farms: Sustaining Personality And Profitability.- Case 13. Norfolk Council Energy From Waste Project: Unfavorable Currents.- Case 14. Offshore Wind Turbine Foundations: Staying Afloat In Deep Waters.- Case 15. GoBiGas: Fuelling the Biogas Movement.