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American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) news release (January 7, 1999).

Argaw, N. (In press.) Renewable Energy Water Pumping Systems Handbook: An Introduction to the Technology, Resource Assessment, Design, Economics, and External Impacts Evaluation. Golden, CO: National Renewable Energy Laboratory.

Argaw, N. (1996). Evaluation of Photovoltaic Water Pumps and Estimation of Solar Energy Availability in Ethiopia. Ph.D. thesis. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology.

Argaw, N. (1995). "Optimum Load Matching in Photovoltaic Water Pumps Coupled with DC/AC Inverter." International Journal of Solar Energy (18:1).

Argaw, N. (1994). Evaluation Report of 6 Photovoltaic Pumps Installed in Region 1 & 3 of Ethiopia under the UNICEF-Assisted Rural Water Supply Programme. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology.

Argaw, N. (1993). "External Impacts Evaluation: An Illustration to Energy Sources Evaluation for Water Pumping Technology." Prepared for the International Conference on Making Sense of Development, September 1-3, 1993. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology.

Argaw, N. (1992). Solar Energy in Water Pumping and Its Economics. MSc Thesis. Tampere, Finland: Tampere University of Technology.

Barlow, R.; McNelis, B.; Derrick, A. (1993). Solar Pumping: An Introduction and Update on the Technology, Performance, Costs, and Economics. Washington, DC: Intermediate Technology Publications and The World Bank.

Cody, G.; Tiedje, T. (1996). "A Learning Curve Approach to Projecting Cost and Performance in Thin Film Photovoltaics." Prepared for the 25th Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) PV Specialists Conference. Washington, DC.

Fink, D.G.; Beaty, W. (1993). Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers. 13th edition. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Foster, R. E.; Cisneros, G.; Hanley, C. (1999). "Mexican Renewable Energy Development: Creating New Markets." Prepared for the Sustainable Applications for Tropical Island States Conference 1999. San Juan, Puerto Rico: Caribbean Solar Energy Society.

Foster, R. E. (1998). Photovoltaic Market Development and Barriers in Mexico. Masters Thesis, Las Cruces, NM: New Mexico State University.

Foster, R.E.; Cisneros, G.; Carrillo, O.; Ellis, A.; B├╝ttner, L.; Durand, S.; Hanley, C.; Strachan, J.; Richards, E.; Rovero, C.; Ojinaga, L.; Corbus, D. (1998). "The USAID Mexico Renewable Energy Program: Building Foundations for Growing Markets." In Proceedings of the 1998 American Solar Energy Society Annual Conference. Boulder, CO: American Solar Energy Society.

Fraenkel, P.; Barlow, R.; Crick, F.; Derrick, A.; Bokalders, V. (1993). Windpumps: A Guide for Development Workers. Radford Mill, Nottingham, UK: IT Publications Ltd., The Russell Press.

Fraenkel, P. (1986). Water Pumping Devices: A Handbook for Users and Choosers. Prepared by arrangement with the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (UNFAO). Radford Mill, Nottingham, UK: IT Publications Ltd.

Gipe, P. (1993). Wind Power for Homes and Business: Renewable Energy for the 1990s and Beyond. Post Mills, VT: Chelsea Green Publishing Company.

Grundfos International A/S. (1990). Pump Catalogue.

Herwig, L.O.; McConnell, R.D. (1995). The Latest U. S. National Program Plan (19962000). Nice, France: 13th EC PV Solar Energy Conference.

Joint Report of the DOE Office of Power Technologies, Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy and the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI). Accessed June 2001 on the World Wide Web at

Kenna, J.; Gillett, B. (1985). Solar Water Pumping: A Handbook. Radford Mill, Nottingham, UK: IT Publications Ltd., The Russell Press.

Kentfield, J.; Cruson, I. (1989). "A Prototype Canadian Water Pumping Wind Turbine." In Proceedings of the Fifth Annual National Conference of the Canadian Wind Energy Association. Charlottetown, Canada: P. E. I.

Kraushaar, J.J.; Ristinen, R.A. (1988). Energy and Problems of a Technical Society. Boulder, CO: University of Colorado, Department of Physics.

Mitchell, R.L.; Witt, C.E.; Thomas, H.P.; Herwig, L.O.; Ruby, D.S.; Aldrich, C.C. (1996). "Benefits from the U.S. Photovoltaic Manufacturing Technology Project." Prepared for the 25th IEEE PV Specialists Conference.

Moesslein, J. (1994). The Significance of Photovoltaics for a Climatically Benign Energy Supply in Baden-Wuerttemberg, A State in Southern Germany. In Volume II of the Conference Record of the 24th IEEE PV Specialists Conference, IEEE First World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion.

Mohan, N.; Undeland, T.M.; Robbins, W.P. (1995). Power Electronics: Converters, Applications and Design. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Sandia National Laboratories. (1999). "The Renewable Energy Program in Mexico." Quarterly Highlights of Sandia's Photovoltaics Program. Volume 4. Albuquerque, NM: Sandia National Laboratories.

Scheer, H.; Gandhi, M.; Aitken, D.; Hamakawa, Y.; Palz, W. (1994). The Yearbook of Renewable Energies. James and James Science Publishers Ltd, London, UK.

Solarenergie-Forderverein, E.V. (1994). "A New Path to Self-Sustaining Markets for PV." In Volume II of the Conference Record of the 24th IEEE PV Specialists Conference, IEEE First World Conference on Photovoltaic Energy Conversion.

Stokes, K.; Saito, P.; Hjelle, C. (1993). Photovoltaic Power As a Utility Service: Guidelines for Livestock Water Pumping. SAND93-7043. Albuquerque, NM: Sandia National Laboratories.

Thomas, M.G. (1993). Water Pumping: The Solar Alternative. SAND87-0804. Albuquerque, NM: Sandia National Laboratories, Photovoltaic Systems Design Center.

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