5 edition of The Economics Of Energy Efficiency found in the catalog.
November 4, 2004
by Edward Elgar Pub
Written in English
|Contributions||Steve Sorrell (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||349|
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The Economics Of Energy Efficiency: Barriers to Cost-Effective Investment Hardcover – November 4, by Eoin O'Malley (Author), Joachim Schleich (Author), Sue Scott (Author), Steve Sorrell (Editor) & Cited by: Energy Efficiency: Concepts and Calculations is the first book of its kind to provide an applied, systems oriented description of energy intensity and efficiency in modern economies across the entire energy chain.
With an emphasis on analysis, specifically energy flow analysis, lifecycle energy accounting, economic analysis, technology evaluation, and policies/strategies for adopting high energy efficiency standards, the book Book Edition: 1.
Energy Efficiency: Towards the End of Demand Growth is a detailed guide to new energy efficiency technologies and policy frameworks affecting the profitability of efficiency projects.
The contributions drawn together by F.P. Sioshansi feature insights from recognized thought leaders, detailed examinations of evolving technologies, and practical case studies yielding best practices for project. Addressing the major issues associated with green energy and energy efficiency, this book examines the economics of energy from the theoretical as well as applied perspectives.
It makes a valuable contribution to existing discussion around environment and climate change issues, and provides an analysis of the socioeconomic and policy-oriented aspects of this topic.
The book covers all types of energy markets, ranging from liquid fuels, gaseous fuels, and solid fuels to electricity.
It also addresses emission allowances, energy efficiency, and nuclear risks. economics of energy efﬁciency is at its heart a question of balancing of costs and beneﬁts.
For the individual energy user, this involves weighing the higher initial cost of purchasing energy-efﬁcient products against the expected beneﬁts of future cost savings File Size: KB. 48 Economics of Energy Energy economics is the field that studies human utilization of energy resources and energy commodities and the consequences of that utilization.
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In contrast, this book gives demand precedence over supply, in keeping with the rule that without a minimum demand. This course explores the theoretical and empirical perspectives on individual and industrial demand for energy, energy supply, energy markets, and public policies affecting energy markets.
It discusses aspects of the oil, natural gas, electricity, and nuclear power sectors and examines energy tax, price regulation, deregulation, energy efficiency and policies for controlling emission.
The Energy Journal is the official quarterly journal of the International Association for Energy Economics. It was founded in to promote the advancement and dissemination of knowledge concerning energy, economics and related topics. The editors strive to publish a blend of theoretical, empirical and policy related papers in energy economics.
Energy efficiency is job-intensive. Even before the current crisis, in the United States and Europe alone, more than million people held jobs in the energy efficiency industry, with the majority employed by small and medium-sized businesses.1 Investment through well-designed economic recovery programmes can use the potential of energy efficiency to support the existing jobs, create new.
Downloadable. This book explores the nature, operation and relative importance of different barriers to energy efficiency through a comprehensive examination of energy management practices within a wide range of public and private sector organisations.
The authors use concepts from new institutional economics to explain individual and organisational behaviour in relation to energy efficiency Cited by: 'By means of detailed empirical research, this book examines energy management practices within a wide range of public and private sector organisations, including breweries, mechanical engineering firms and universities.
This research is succinctly summarised in an analytically rich taxonomy of energy efficiency barriers. But the greatest academic and policy contributions of this. Energy Efficiency covers wide-ranging topics related to energy efficiency, energy savings, energy consumption, energy sufficiency, and energy transition in all sectors across the globe.
Coverage includes energy efficiency policies at all levels of governance enabling social, organizational, and economic factors of sufficient and efficient behavior and decisions; analysis and modeling of energy. I would like to suggest one book; Title: Energy Economics; concepts, issues, markets, and challenges by S.C Bhattacharya.
It is a springer publication and hard copy costs high. If you search in google you may find ebooks which can be purchased or. The Economics and Econometrics of the Energy-Growth Nexus recognizes that research in the energy-growth nexus field is heterogeneous and controversial.
To make studies in the field as comparable as possible, chapters cover aggregate energy and disaggregate energy consumption and single country and multiple country analysis. Figure Potential increases in investments related to energy efficiency Figure The effects of energy efficiency on public budgets Figure Public budget impacts by Member State inEUCO30, as a % of GDPFile Size: 3MB.
Energy Efficiency Economics and Policy Kenneth Gillingham, Richard G. Newell, Karen Palmer. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in June NBER Program(s):Environment and Energy Economics Energy efficiency and conservation are considered key means for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and achieving other energy policy goals, but associated market behavior and policy responses have Cited by: PennWell Books, - Business & Economics - pages 0 Reviews The latest book by Penni McLean-Conner, Energy Efficiency: Principles and Practices, is an outline for utilities, government agencies and power generators for educating consumers on conservation, better resource management, and a smaller carbon footprint.
A Manual for the Economic Evaluation of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies Walter Short, Daniel J. Packey, and Thomas Holt National Renewable Energy Laboratory Cole Boulevard Golden, Colorado A national laboratory of the U.S.
Department of Energy Managed by Midwest Research Institute. This book provides a comprehensive treatment of the situation of China's energy development, proposes and summarizes the methodologies of energy efficiency measurement, and uses these methods to analyze the energy consumption at sectoral and provincial level, the impacts of economic structure on the energy macro-efficiency, the price elasticity.Resource reallocation—and any concomitant uptick in energy use—can be caused by other things, including economic growth plain and simple.
To disentangle the impact of energy efficiency, Messrs.Borenstein, "A Microeconomic Framework for Evaluating Energy Efficiency Rebound And Some Implications," NBER Working Paper No.Mayand The Quarterly Journal of the IAEE's Energy Economics Education Foundation, 36(1),pp.