Research Paper On Rural Infrastructure In India

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  • Private Investment in Rural America

    A 3 page exploration of the factors that typically discourage private investment in rural areas. With very few exceptions, monies are invested with the express purpose of returning a profit. In comparison with rural areas, metropolitan areas have more of the people and the infrastructure that is needed to accomplish that purpose. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Fuel Cells

    An 8 page paper discussing the economics and problems of hydrogen fuel cells as power plants for cars. Jay Leno praises the BMW Hydrogen 7, but the chief engineer of the Chevrolet Volt notes that the hydrogen infrastructure will be easier to implement in China or India, where there is not an extensive gasoline infrastructure. The status of hydrogen fuel cells in 2008 is promising for the future, but they cannot yet provide less dependence on carbon because of the consumption required to produce hydrogen fuel. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Make up and Vulnerabilities of the Energy Infrastructure

    The energy infrastructure is made up of three sectors; gas, electric, and oil. The infrastructure of each segment is assessed and the particular vulnerabilities are identified and discussed. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography of this thirteen page paper,

  • India-Australia Trade

    This 5 page paper looks at the trade that takes place between India and Asia, considering the trade levels, the increase and influences in trade such as reduction in trade tariffs and considers why India may be an attractive export destination for Australian goods and looks at potential barriers. The last part of the paper considers the viability of exporting beef from Australia to India. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

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