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Ballesteros, Athena Ronquillo, John Coequyt, Marcelo Furtado, Jasper Inventor, Wolfram Krewitt, Daniel Mittler, Oliver Schäfer, Sonja Simon, Sven Teske, and Arthouros Zervos. 2007. Futu[r]e Investment: A Sustainable Investment Plan for the Power Sector to Save the Climate. Greenpeace International, European Renewable Energy Council, Stuttgart, Germany. [PDF]

CommodityOnline. 2010. "Ambitious N. Africa Solar Plans, Export to Europe." CommodityOnline 26 March.

Dauer, Ulrike. 2009. "Sahara Solar-Power Consortium's Plans Advance." The Wall Street Journal 30 October.

Delucchi Mark A. and Mark Z. Jacobson. 2010. "Providing all Global Energy with Wind, Water, and Solar Power, Part II: Reliability, System and Transmission Costs, and Policies." Energy Policy 31 December.  [abstract]  [PDF]  [part 1 (PDF) [related article by authors]  [news story by National Geographic]  [related news story[Jacobson debates nuclear vs. renewable energy with Stewart Brand on TED Talks]

Desertec. n.d. The European Union’s Desertec Solar Energy from the Sahara Project. Website, Desertec Foundation, Hamburg, Germany. [PDF]

EPIA. 2011. Solar Generation 6. Solar Photovoltaic Electricity Empowering the World. European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA) and Greenpeace International. [PDF] [related video]

Fthenakis, Vasilis, James E. Mason, and Ken Zweibel. 2009. "The Technical, Geographical, and Economic Feasibility of Solar Energy to Supply the Energy Needs of the US." Energy Policy 37:387-399. [PDF]

Helweg-Larsen, Tim, Jamie Bull, Paul Allen, Arthur Girling, Peter Harper, Joe Atkinson, Ben Coombes, Peter Meirion-Jones, Tariq Abdulla, Richard Hampton, James Livingstone, Nick Swallow, Linda Forbes, Sue Waring, Duncan Josh, Gavin Harper, and Jo Abbess. 2007. Zero Carbon Britain: An Alternative Energy Strategy. Centre for Alternative Technology, Machynlleth, U.K. [PDF]

Hvelplund, Frede, Niels I. Meyer, Poul Erik Morthorst, Jesper Munksgaard, Peter Karnøe, and Kirsten Sophie Hasberg. 2012. Policies for a transition to 100% renewable energy systems in Denmark before 2050. Coherent Energy and Environmental System Analysis, Background Report Part 4, September 2012. A strategic research project financed by The Danish Council for Strategic Research Programme Commission on Sustainable Energy and Environment. Department of Development and Planning Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark. [PDF]

Jacobson, Mark Z. and Mark A. Delucchi. 2010. "Providing all Global Energy with Wind, Water, and Solar Power, Part I: Technologies, Energy Resources, Quantities and Areas of Infrastructure, and Materials." Energy Policy 30 December. [PDF] [part 2 (PDF) [related article by authors]  [news story in National Geographic]  [related news story[Jacobson debates nuclear vs. renewable energy with Stewart Brand on TED Talks]

Jeffries, Barney with Editors Stephan Singer and Jean-Philippe Denruyter. 2011. The Energy Report: 100% Renewable Energy by 2050. World Wildlife Fund International, Gland. [news report]

Lu, Xi, Michael B. McElroy, and Juha Kiviluoma. 2009. "Global Potential for Wind-generated Electricity." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106(27):10933-10938. [PDF] [news story]  

Lund, Henrik and B.V. Mathiesen. 2009. "Energy System Analysis of 100% Renewable Energy Systems: The Case of Denmark in Years 2030 and 2050." Energy 34(5):524-531.

Lund, Henrik and Poul Alberg Østergaard. 2009. "Sustainable Towns: The Case of Frederikshavn – 100 % Renewable Energy." Pages 155-168 in Woodrow (Woody) W. Clark (ed.), Sustainable Communities. Springer, Dordrecht.  [abstract] [pre-publication draft (PDF)

Lund, Henrik. 1999. "A Green Energy Plan for Denmark: Job Creation as a Strategy to Implement Both Economic Growth and a CO2 Reduction." Environmental and Resource Economics 14:431-439.

Meinhold, Bridgette. 2009. "$555 Billion Sahara Solar Energy Belt Takes Giant Step Forward." Inhabitat 3 November.

Rosenthal, Elisabeth. 2010a. "Portugal Gives Itself a Clean-Energy Makeover." New York Times 9 August.

Teske, Sven, Arthouros Zervos, Christine Lins, and Josche Muth. 2010. Energy [r]evolution: A Sustainable World Energy Outlook, 3rd Edition. Greenpeace International, European Renewable Energy Council, Stuttgart, Germany. [1st Edition 2007 (PDF)] [2nd Edition 2008 (PDF)] [3rd Edition 2010 (PDF)]  

Trieb, Franz, Christoph Schillings, Stefan Kronshage, Dr. Uwe Klann, Dr. Peter Viebahn, Nadine May, Regina Wilde, Christian Paul, Malek Kabariti, Abdelaziz Bennouna, Hani El Nokraschy, Samir Hassan, Laila Georgy Yussef, Tewfik Hasni, Nasir El Bassam, and Honorat Satoguina. 2005. Concentrating Solar Power for the Mediterranean Region. Final Report. German Aerospace Center (DLR), Institute of Technical Thermodynamics, Section Systems Analysis and Technology Assessment. Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Stuttgart, Germany. [PDF]

Wright, Matthew, Patrick Hearps, Mark Ogge, Derek Bolton, Pablo Brait, James Bramwell, Rob Campbell, Kevin Casey, Chris Clement, Vernon Crock, Richard Denby, Andy Dinning, Rebecca Dunn, Dominic Eales, Tim Forcey, Trent Hawkins, Nina Muhleisen, Kevin Yeh, Adrian Young, Reuben Finighan, Paul Fleckney, Naomi Francis, Chloe Hanson-Boyd, Rob Harrington, Patrick Hearps, James Hutchison, Richard Keech, Jim Lambert, Eytan Lenko, Dylan McConnell, Ben Robotham, and Matthew Sullivan. 2010. Zero Carbon Australia: Stationary Energy Plan. Melbourne Energy Institute, University of Melbourne, Melbourne. [PDF]  [see also Zero Carbon Britain]

Zweibel, Ken, James Mason, and Vasilis Fthenakis. 2008. "A Solar Grand Plan: By 2050 Solar Power Could End U.S. Dependence on Foreign Oil and Slash Greenhouse Gas Emissions." Scientific American January. [PDF] [related short video]

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