Sustainable Cities and Communities Design Handbook

Green Engineering, Architecture, and Technology
 
 
Butterworth-Heinemann (Verlag)
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Sustainable Communities Design Handbook: Green Engineering, Architecture, and Technology, Second Edition, brings together the major players responsible for sustainable development at both community and metropolitan scales. The book aims to explain and demonstrate the practice, planning, design, building and managing of the engineering, architectural and economic development of cities and communities to meet sustainable development objectives. Offering a holistic approach to creating sustainable communities, the book includes a 40 percent increase in new methods and technology over the last edition, and 50 percent more case studies from around the world to illustrate how common sustainability problems are solved.

As the concept and practices of a sustainable built environment have evolved over the years, it is increasingly recognized that the scope should be expanded beyond individual buildings to the community scale. Written by an international team of engineers, architects, and environmental experts this second edition includes new HVAC technologies for heating and cooling, energy effect technologies for lighting, and new construction materials which improve heating and cooling efficiencies. This new edition will also include critical updates on international codes: LEED, BREEAM, and Green Globes.

  • Explains the most cutting-edge green technologies and methods for use in built communities
  • Provides a common approach in using natural resources when building and designing green communities
  • Features coverage of green practices from architecture to construction
  • Covers compliance with various international codes, methods and legal frameworks
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  • Front Cover
  • Sustainable Cities and Communities Design Handbook
  • Sustainable Cities and Communities Design Handbook: Green Engineering, Architecture, and Technology
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • List of Contributors
  • About the Editor
  • 1 - Introduction
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 2 - The Green Industrial Revolution
  • HOW COMMUNITIES AND NATIONS MOVE AHEAD
  • WHAT IS A RENEWABLE ENERGY POWER SOURCE?
  • DEREGULATION BENEFITS: MYTHS ABOUT ECONOMIC EFFICIENCY AS CONSERVATION IS NEEDED TOO
  • Better Investment Decisions
  • Politicized Priorities Excluded
  • THE ISSUE OF DEREGULATING AGILE ENERGY SYSTEMS
  • CONCLUSION: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AN AGILE ENERGY SYSTEM
  • APPENDIX A: THE DANISH CASE FOR THE GREEN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
  • APPENDIX B: E-MAIL SURVEILLANCE DATA ON ENRON
  • APPENDIX C: FROM CENTRAL POWER GRID TO LOCAL DISTRIBUTED POWER SYSTEMS
  • APPENDIX D: SMART GRID THAT INCLUDES LOCAL DISTRIBUTED POWER AND RENEWABLE ENERGY GENERATION
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 3 - Cross-Disciplinary Scientific Foundation for Sustainability: Qualitative Economics
  • THE PARADIGM SHIFT: ECONOMICS AS A SCIENCE
  • SUBJECTIVISM PARADIGM: LIFEWORLD PERSPECTIVE AND SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONISM
  • PHILOSOPHY OF SCIENCE
  • Phenomenology: The Tradition of the Lifeworld Perspective
  • SYMBOLIC INTERACTIONISM: IN THE SUBJECTIVIST THEORETICAL PARADIGM
  • TRANSFORMATIONAL LINGUISTICS: ECONOMIC RULES OF FORMALISM IN BUSINESS PRACTICES
  • QUALITATIVE ECONOMICS: TOWARD A SCIENCE OF ECONOMICS
  • Organizing: Fitting Together of Lines of Activities and Actions
  • Organizing: Dynamism of the Firm
  • Intersubjectivity and the Organizational Approach
  • The Actors' Experiential Space: Organizational Lifeworld
  • Constituting of the Organizational Activities and of the "Firm"
  • The Actors' Development Capability
  • Organizing and the Organizational Paradigm
  • Actor's Extension of the Experiential Space
  • SUMMARY
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 4 - Political-Economic Governance of Renewable Energy Systems: The Key to Create Sustainable Communities
  • CORPORATE AND BUSINESS INFLUENCES AND POWER
  • INTERNATIONAL CASES
  • CHINA LEAPFROGS AHEAD
  • CHINA HAS "LEAPFROGGED" INTO THE GREEN INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
  • THE WESTERN ECONOMIC PARADIGM MUST CHANGE
  • INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND
  • EU Policies
  • Japan and South Korea are Leaders in the Green Industrial Revolution
  • Distributed Renewable Energy Generation for Sustainable Communities
  • Developing World Leaders in Energy Development and Sustainable Technologies
  • Costs, Finances, and Return on Investment
  • CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE RESEARCH RECOMMENDATIONS
  • CHART A: THE GERMANY FEED-IN-TARIFF POLICY AND RESULTS (1990-2010)
  • CHART B: THE GERMANY FEED-IN-TARIFF POLICY ECONOMIC RESULTS (1990-2007)
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 5 - Renewable Energy: Scaling Deployment in the United States and in Developing Economies
  • INTRODUCTION TO SOURCES AND USES OF ENERGY IN THE UNITED STATES
  • WIND
  • SOLAR
  • Solar Photovoltaics
  • Solar Thermal
  • GEOTHERMAL
  • BIOPOWER
  • MARINE AND HYDROKINETIC
  • ADVANCED RENEWABLES DEPLOYMENT
  • Renewables and Buildings
  • Vehicle-to-Grid Systems
  • Hybrid Systems
  • SUMMARY OF SCALING RENEWABLES IN THE UNITED STATES
  • THE ENERGY ACCESS GAP: REMOTE AND UNDER-GRID POPULATIONS NOT BEING REACHED
  • DISTRIBUTED RENEWABLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS: PIVOTAL TO UNIVERSAL ENERGY ACCESS
  • THE HABITS OF HIGHLY EFFECTIVE MARKETS: TRENDS ACROSS HIGH-PERFORMING COUNTRIES
  • FROM THE BOTTOM UP: THE SIERRA LEONE SUCCESS STORY
  • CONCLUSIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 6 - Development Partnership of Renewable Energies Technology and Smart Grid in China
  • INTRODUCTION
  • THE SOLAR ELECTRICITY SYSTEMS AND THEIR RELATIONSHIP WITH THE GRID
  • WIND POWER
  • DATA RESPONSE AND POWER TRANSMISSION LINES: EXAMPLES OF THE UNITED STATES
  • THE SMART GRID AND MARKET SOLUTION
  • CHINA REBUILDS A POWER SYSTEM AND SMART GRID
  • Merits of the Chinese-Style Smart Grid
  • Discussion on Chinese Cases, Investment, and Forecast
  • Historical Review and Attributes of the Third-Generation Grid
  • Light-Emitting Diode and Energy Efficiency Case Discussion
  • REFERENCES
  • 7 - Sustainable Towns: The Case of Frederikshavn Aiming at 100% Renewable Energy
  • INTRODUCTION
  • DEFINITION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • Definition of Project Area
  • Development Phases
  • THE PRESENT SITUATION: YEAR 2007, APPROXIMATELY 20% RENEWABLE ENERGY
  • THE FIRST STEP: FREDERIKSHAVN IN THE YEAR 2009
  • FREDERIKSHAVN IN THE YEAR OF 2015
  • New Waste Incineration Combined Heat And Power Plant
  • Expansion of District Heating Grid
  • Transport
  • Biogas Plant and Methanol Production
  • Geothermal and Heat Pumps
  • Combined Heat and Power Plants and Boilers
  • Wind Power
  • ENERGY SYSTEM ANALYSIS
  • PHASE 3: FREDERIKSHAVN IN THE YEAR 2030-100% RENEWABLE ENERGY AND LESS BIOMASS
  • 8 - Life Cycle Analysis Versus Cost Benefit of Renewable Energy: Solar Systems Photovoltaics in Public Private Part ...
  • INTRODUCTION
  • Energy Challenges are Enormous
  • SolarCity-Solar PV Array Installations on City Facilities
  • Due Diligence Procedures
  • LIFE CYCLE ANALYSIS OF A PV SYSTEM FROM A FINANCIAL PERSPECTIVE
  • Available Incentives
  • Power Purchase Agreement Business Model
  • Calculating Utility Rates
  • Financial Analyses
  • Consideration of Externalities
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCE
  • 9 - Public Buildings and Institutions: Solar Power and Energy Conservation as Solutions: Legal and Financial Mechan ...
  • ALTERNATIVE ENERGY PUBLIC POLICY
  • LEGAL MECHANISMS FACILITATING DEVELOPMENT OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES
  • California Clean Energy Jobs Act
  • Energy Management Agreement by Community College Districts
  • Energy Service Contract and Facility Ground Lease by Public Agencies
  • Power Purchase Agreement by Governmental Agency
  • Lease of Photovoltaic System
  • TREATMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL INCENTIVES
  • 10 - Life Cycle Analysis: The Economic Analysis of Demand-Side Programs and Projects in California
  • THE BASIC METHODOLOGY
  • Demand-Side Management Categories and Program Definitions
  • Basic Methods
  • Balancing the Tests
  • Limitations: Externality Values and Policy Rules
  • Externality Values
  • Policy Rules
  • PARTICIPANT TEST
  • Definition
  • Benefits and Costs
  • How the Results Can Be Expressed
  • Strengths of the Participant Test
  • Weaknesses of the Participant Test
  • Formulas
  • THE RATEPAYER IMPACT MEASURE TEST (REFER TO POINT 5 OF NOTES)
  • Definition
  • Benefits and Costs
  • How the Results Can Be Expressed
  • Strengths of the Ratepayer Impact Measure Test
  • Weaknesses of the Ratepayer Impact Measure Test
  • TOTAL RESOURCE COST TEST (REFER TO POINT 6 OF NOTES)
  • Definition
  • How the Results Can Be Expressed
  • Strengths of the Total Resource Cost Test
  • Weakness of the Total Resource Cost Test
  • Formulas
  • PROGRAM ADMINISTRATOR COST TEST
  • Definition
  • Benefits and Costs
  • How the Results Can Be Expressed
  • Strengths of the Program Administrator Cost Test
  • Weaknesses of the Program Administrator Cost Test
  • Formulas
  • NOTES
  • Appendix A
  • Appendix B
  • Basic Equations
  • Participant Test
  • Ratepayer Impact Measure Test
  • Total Resource Cost Test
  • Program Administrator Cost Test
  • Benefits and Costs
  • Participant Test
  • Ratepayer Impact Measure Test
  • Total Resource Cost Test
  • Program Administrator Cost Test
  • GLOSSARY OF SYMBOLS
  • Appendix C
  • Derivation of RIM Lifecycle Revenue Impact Formula
  • Rate Impact Measure
  • REFERENCE
  • 11 - The Next Economics: Civic-Social Capitalism
  • INTRODUCTION
  • A New Framework for Understanding Energy and Economics Within the Context of Civic Society
  • The Advantages of Cooperation Over Competition
  • The Economic Advantages of Civic Capitalism
  • The Civic Markets at Work
  • Stimulating Innovation for Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems
  • Networks and Social Relations as Opposed to Only Numbers
  • ECONOMIC COLLABORATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS IN ACTION
  • CONCLUSION: MAXIMIZING THE PUBLIC GOOD IN ENERGY ECONOMICS
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 12 - Urban Circular Economy: The New Frontier for European Cities' Sustainable Development
  • THE URBAN CIRCULAR ECONOMY IN EUROPE
  • THE BIG CITIES EXAMPLES: AMSTERDAM, LONDON, PARIS, AND MILAN ON THE LEADING EDGE OF THE URBAN CIRCULAR ECONOMY
  • WHERE TO FIND THE RESOURCES TO INVEST IN URBAN CIRCULAR ECONOMY?
  • How to Overcome This Contradiction?
  • THE ROLE OF SMALL CITIES: THE ITALIAN EXPERIENCE
  • REFERENCES AND SOURCES
  • CHART 1: CIRCULAR ECONOMY AND ITS IMPACTS ON CITIZENS' DAY-TO-DAY LIFE
  • CHART 2: THE EUROPEAN UNION CIRCULAR ECONOMY ACTION PLAN AND THE ROLE OF THE CITIES
  • 13 - Big Heart Intelligence in Healthy Workplaces and Sustainable Communities*
  • HOW FAR HAVE WE COME?
  • BIG HEART INTELLIGENCE BASICS
  • EXAMPLE 1: BIG HEART INTELLIGENCE IN THE DESIGN OF HOSPITALS AND HEALTH CARE FACILITIES
  • Explorers Wheel: Inspiration, Conception, Design
  • Oxygen for Caregivers
  • Big Heart Intelligence Process
  • EXAMPLE 2: RETIREMENT COMMUNITIES LINKED TO UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGE TOWNS
  • SMART TECHNOLOGIES WITH A HEART
  • EVOLVING BUILDINGS WITHIN AN EMERGING NEW PARADIGM IN GLOBAL HEALTH
  • REFERENCES
  • 14 - The European Union: Nordic Countries and Germany
  • GERMANY
  • Bottrop
  • A Blueprint for Success
  • DENMARK
  • Ærø
  • Samsø
  • Bornholm
  • SWEDEN
  • Växjö
  • Hammarby Sjöstad (Hammarby Lake City)
  • Malmö
  • Rotterdam
  • DISCUSSION
  • REFERENCES
  • 15 - Mauritius Island Nation: 100% Renewable Energy System by 2050
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CURRENT ENERGY STATUS OF MAURITIUS
  • Primary Energy Requirements
  • Electricity Generation
  • THE GOVERNMENT'S VISION OF RENEWABLE ENERGIES UP TO 2025
  • OPTIONS FOR A 100% RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEM BY 2050
  • Hydrogen Power and Electric Vehicles
  • Bagasse Gasification
  • Solar Photovoltaic
  • Solar Thermal
  • Onshore and Offshore Wind
  • Ocean Technologies
  • Biofuels
  • Flexible Generation and Storage
  • Smart Grids
  • CONCLUSIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • 16 - Urban Sustainability and Industrial Migration: The Green Transition of Hefei, China
  • INTRODUCTION
  • GREEN URBAN PLANNING
  • DUELING INVESTMENTS
  • Hefei's Green Transition
  • DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION
  • ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 17 - Energy Economics in China's Policy-Making Plan: From Self-Reliance and Market Dependence to Green Energy Indep ...
  • INTRODUCTION: FROM SELF-RELIANCE TO DEPENDENCY
  • THE REAL PREDICAMENT: ENERGY-CONSUMPTION-BASED ECONOMIC GROWTH
  • THE RISE OF CHINA IN THE CONTEXT OF ENERGY DEPENDENCY
  • Africa and Latin America
  • Middle East and Central Asia
  • NEW POLICY THINKING: CHANGE OF ECONOMIC GROWTH STRATEGY AND PROMOTING SUSTAINABLE ENERGY
  • CONCLUSION REMARKS: CHALLENGES AND OPTIMISM AHEAD
  • CHART 1
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 18 - Energy Strategy for Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
  • THEME 1: ENERGY BASE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, AND FINANCE
  • THEME 2: DIFFERENCES THAT EXIST BETWEEN REGIONS, CITIES, AND NATIONS
  • THEME 3: LONG-TERM COMMITMENTS
  • RECOMMENDATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS
  • Applying Key Case Study Features
  • Vision
  • Objectives
  • Unique IMAR and PRC Opportunities
  • Commercial Technological Approaches Available Today (2006) and Areas for Collaboration With Research and Development and Un ...
  • Potential Barriers to Implementation in Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
  • Solutions to Barriers for Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
  • Policies to Move the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Energy Structures to Meet Its Future Needs
  • IMPLEMENTING MEASURES
  • CONCLUSIONS
  • SUPPLEMENTAL RECOMMENDATIONS: RURAL INNER MONGOLIA
  • Introduction
  • The Problem: Electricity
  • Nonelectric Energy for Heating and Cooking
  • Transportation
  • Toward an Integrated Energy, Water, Waste, and Transportation Infrastructure Strategy
  • Energy Internet
  • Energy Generation is in Transition
  • References
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 19 - Business Ventures and Financial Sector in the United Arab Emirates
  • INTRODUCTION
  • SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES AND THE GOVERNMENT FINANCIAL SUPPORT
  • EASE OF DOING BUSINESS IN THE UAE
  • INVESTMENT BODIES-THE KEY PLAYERS AND CONTRIBUTORS
  • LEGAL ASPECTS OF CONDUCTING BUSINESS ACTIVITY
  • BANKING SECTOR-THE STRUCTURE AND RECENT DEVELOPMENTS
  • OTHER KEY PLAYERS OF THE FINANCIAL MARKET
  • BUSINESS COOPERATION BETWEEN THE UAE AND POLAND
  • Prospects for Polish Enterprises in the Persian Gulf States
  • The Persian Gulf Markets
  • Entry Barriers for Polish Entrepreneurs on the Example of Polish Companies of Inglot and Can-Pack/Arab Can
  • Factors Determining the Expansion of Polish Enterprises in the UAE
  • Market Chances and Threats
  • Arabic Investments in Poland
  • THE SWOT ANALYSIS OF THE UAE MARKET-BUSINESS PERSPECTIVE
  • CONCLUSIONS AND SUMMARY
  • 20 - ECO-GEN Energy Solutions: Tahiti Story
  • BACKGROUND
  • THE SOLUTION
  • The Technology
  • Inside the JouleBox: How the JouleBox Power Station Works
  • The JouleBox Power Station Plants Solution
  • The JouleBox Power Station Plants Solve All These Problems
  • THE TAHITI SOLUTION
  • REFERENCES
  • 21 - Japanese Smart Communities as Industrial Policy
  • JAPANESE SMART COMMUNITIES: PLENTY, BUT POORLY PROMOTED
  • OPENING THE WINDOW ON JAPAN'S SMART COMMUNITIES
  • HIGASHI MATSUSHIMA CITY SMART DISASTER PREVENTION ECO TOWN
  • THE POWER BUSINESS
  • JAPAN'S INCENTIVES
  • JAPAN'S NEW INSTITUTIONS
  • SMART COMMUNITY POLICY ENTREPRENEURS
  • JAPAN'S NATIONAL SPATIAL STRATEGY
  • POLICY INTEGRATION IN THE COMPACT CITY
  • FISCAL SUPPORT FOR SMART COMMUNITIES
  • POST 3-11 STAKEHOLDER SUPPORT FOR SMART COMMUNITIES
  • HIROSAKI SMART CITY
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 22 - Sustainable Communities in Costa Rica
  • INTRODUCTION
  • Searching for Hope
  • A Jewel in Latin America
  • The Importance of Sustainability
  • A Model for Other Areas
  • SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES AND AREAS OF INTEREST
  • Northern Areas
  • Northwestern Areas
  • Northeastern Areas
  • Central Areas
  • Southwestern Areas
  • Southern Areas
  • THE FUTURE OF SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITIES IN COSTA RICA
  • Cultural Movements and Governmental Programs
  • CONCLUSION
  • A Strong Light in the Horizon
  • Healing in All Directions
  • Ticos y Ticas Mobilizing
  • FURTHER READING
  • 23 - Sustainable Development Cases in Africa
  • AFRICA
  • Egypt
  • Nigeria
  • Kenya
  • REFERENCES
  • 24 - Sustainable Agriculture: The Food Chain
  • INTRODUCTION
  • SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS
  • ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL IMPLICATIONS
  • DEVELOPING NEW SOLUTIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 25. Insights on Establishing a Cohesive and Enduring Campus Sustainability Initiative
  • Insight 1: Many Campuses Still Need a Collective and Shared Definition of Sustainability, a Vision for Sustainability, and ...
  • Insight 2: Sustainability Is Being Established as an Institutional Priority Because It Is an Economic and Strategic Imperat ...
  • Insight 3: The Opportunity Set for Financing Sustainability Projects Is Expanding and the Economic Returns Are Attractive
  • Insight 4: Collaboration Between Campuses and Communities Is Fundamental to Mitigate and Adapt to Climate Change at the Loc ...
  • Insight 5: Deep Engagement and Participation of Stakeholders is Vital for Embedding Sustainability Into the Culture of a School
  • Four Core Competencies to Consider for Ensuring a Successful Campus Sustainability Initiative
  • 26 - The Power of Sustainability: The Story of Kent, Ohio
  • BACKGROUND
  • CREATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE KENT SUSTAINABLE PLANNING APPROACH
  • Ohio State University Extension: Sustainable Planning Model
  • STEPS IN THE CREATION OF THE BICENTENNIAL PLAN
  • Step 1: Building a Partnership
  • Step 2: Establishing Planning Governance
  • Bicentennial Plan Steering Committee
  • Bicentennial Plan Design Team
  • Step 3: Discovering the Community's Shared Vision
  • Step 4: Finalize and Adopt Plan
  • IMPLEMENTING MULTIDIMENSIONAL, SUSTAINABLE GOALS
  • CENTRAL GATEWAY: TRANSFORMING KENT'S DOWNTOWN
  • Shared Vision Themes
  • Examples of Multidimensional Goals From the Kent Plan:
  • PLAN IMPLEMENTATION AND OUTCOMES
  • Tying Together the Campus and the Downtown: Haymaker Parkway and University Esplanade
  • CONCLUSION
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 27 - The Los Angeles Community College District: Establishing a Net Zero Energy Campus
  • INTRODUCTION
  • BACKGROUND
  • GOAL AND OBJECTIVES
  • IMPORTANCE OF THIS STUDY
  • CURRENT SITUATION
  • Energy Demand Versus Energy Consumption
  • Electric Utility Rates
  • City College Campus Energy Consumption and Demand
  • City College Campus Growth and Demand Side Management
  • SOLAR PV ARRAY AND SETUP
  • Solar Energy
  • CONCLUSION
  • APPENDIX 1: MAP OF LA CITY COLLEGE CAMPUS INDICATING PREVIOUS, CURRENT, AND PLANNED RENOVATIONS/CONSTRUCTION
  • APPENDIX 2: LADWP ENERGY RATES AS OF OCTOBER 1, 2009-SPECIFIC FOR LACC OPERATIONS
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • 28 - Case Study: University of California, Irvine
  • 29 - "Scrappy" Sustainability at Ohio Wesleyan University
  • A GRASSROOTS MODEL FOR SUSTAINABILITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION
  • THE CONTEXT OF SUSTAINABILITY AT OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY
  • COORDINATING SUSTAINABILITY WITHOUT A SUSTAINABILITY COORDINATOR
  • "SCRAPPY SUSTAINABILITY" OUTCOMES
  • A NEW MODEL FOR SUSTAINABILITY?
  • 30 - Afterword: A Sustainable Economic and Finance Proposal
  • THE PROBLEM
  • Corporate Governance in an Age of Economic Globalization
  • Political Economy of the State and Public Goods Provision
  • Private and Public Sector Intergenerational Responsibility
  • Political Economy of Income and Wealth Distribution
  • Human Capability and Economic Development
  • ECONOMIC APPROACHES: OVERVIEW IN BRIEF
  • Feed-in Tariffs
  • Carbon Incentive (Tax)
  • Master Contracts
  • Solar Company Finance
  • Cap and Trade
  • Investments (Equity)
  • Property Assessed Clean Energy
  • Tax Shifting
  • Bank Mortgages: (Long-Term Transferable Debt)
  • CONCLUSION NOW AND FOR TOMORROW
  • REFERENCES
  • FURTHER READING
  • Index
  • A
  • B
  • C
  • D
  • E
  • F
  • G
  • H
  • I
  • J
  • K
  • L
  • M
  • N
  • O
  • P
  • Q
  • R
  • S
  • T
  • U
  • V
  • W
  • Y
  • Z
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