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Public reactions towards wind energy instalments. Case study: Romania and the Netherlands

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The need of a win-win regulation regarding the harmonization of advantages for the renewable energy sector and the concerns about the environment

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Factors of impact on the evolution of electricity markets from renewable energy sources: a comparison between Romania and Germany

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Critical success factors for build–operate–transfer (BOT) projects in China

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