Renewable Energy law and Development

Renewable Energy law and Development

Case Study Analysis

Richard L. Ottinger

This is a unique book written by one of the leading scholars in the field. It uses detailed case studies to analyze the successes, failures and challenges of renewable energy initiatives in developing and emerging countries.

Chapter 5: Case study of biofuels in India

Richard L. Ottinger and Sayan S. Das

Subjects: development studies, law and development, environment, energy policy and regulation, environmental law, law - academic, energy law, law and development

Extract

Biofuels are fuels derived from biomass – from plants and other naturally occurring organic materials. They are renewable energy sources, unlike finite energy resources such as petroleum, coal, and nuclear fuels. Biofuels have witnessed a surge in production and use the world over in recent years.

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