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U.S.-China Cooperation: Bilateral Clean Energy Programs Show Some Results but Should Enhance Their Performance Monitoring
Kimberly Gianopoulos (au); John Neumann (au)
The U.S. and China lead the world in energy consumption, and both are investing in renewable resources and efforts to increase the efficiency of traditional fossil fuel sources in part to address climate change. In 2014, a congressional commission raised questions about bilateral cooperation between the U.S. and China on clean energy, including potential risks to U.S. participants involved in collaborative research projects. This report examines (1) how much funding U.S. agencies obligated for clean energy cooperation with China; (2) what is known about the results of key programs and the extent to which they follow leading practices in performance monitoring; and (3) the extent to which the Department of Energy (DOE) managed risks that the U.S.-China Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) participants may face. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
Karluk: The Great Untold Story of Arctic Exploration
Illustrated Jewish Bible for Children
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History of the New York Central System
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