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Photovoltaic Solar Energy Conference, Cannes, October 1980 D. Reidel, Dordrecht (1981) EUR 7089 EN ISBN 90-277-1230-1 13. Energy from Biomass Brighton, November 1980 Applied Science Publishers Ltd. London (1981) EUR 7091 EN 14. Workshop on Medium Sized Photovoltaic Systems, Sophia Antipolis, 1980 D. Reidel, Dordrecht (1981) EUR 7090 EN 47 Other Publications 1. Energy Research and Development Programme Status Report, Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague (1977) ISBN 90-247-2059. 2. 9 3. Energy Models for the European Community, A.
If successful, it can provide an aid towards formulating long term energy policy, and it can help in the identification of priority R&D areas and the development of R&D strategy in the energy field. Given these objectives, the decision was taken to undertake the formulation of an European Community energy system model at a time when such modelling was really in its infancy. Consequently, it was realised that expertise in this area in the Community was rather limited and unevenly distributed, and it was felt that that the establishment of a relatively small closely knit group of experts throughout Europe should be actively encouraged.
Quantification of the field results is still under way. 2. The French Oil Institute has undertaken experiments in high temperature (200°C) and pressure (200 bars) leaching of crystalline rocks from core samples of various origins. Hydro-alcoholic solutions of sodium hydroxide seem to be the most effective leaching agents for material dissolution and preCipitation limitation. This work is important, since if large depth fracturation proves possible, chemical leaching would be a promising means of improving both the fracture conductivity and the self propping.