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A set of Directives and official documents aim to reorient European policy strategies in the energy sector. However, certain socio-economic and institutional factors prevent Spain from attaining the interrelated goals set up in those documents (namely, energy liberalisation, reduction of CO 2...
In recent decades China has pursued a number of national energy policies as integral components of its 5-year development plans including the unprecedented dissemination of several generations of fuel saving stoves in the majority of its rural populations. These programs, although designed for...
A thermo-economic method for the promotion of the efficient use of exergy resources is proposed, named carbon exergy tax (CET). It is based on the evaluation of the cost of the exergy destroyed and rejected, and connected with the CO 2 emissions of an energy system. The CET and the carbon tax...
This paper analyses a problem, which exist not only in Lithuania but also in most Central and East European countries. Energy intensity is at such high level that it causes financial difficulties nearly in all branches of energy. Resilient interaction between energy sector and economics define...
The report is dedicated to the presentation of the general framework of regional energy planning activities in Baltic States. The objective is to provide information on the context, in which regional energy policy instruments have to operate, and which has to be taken into consideration when...
This article sets out to analyse the Saudi gas initiative in the context of the decision-making process in Saudi Arabia between 1998 and 2002. It describes the overall context in which the initiative was made. It focuses on the personalities and institutions that were important in its birth and...
The Slovenian Energy Law, adopted in 1999, has opened the internal market to competition up to 64% of the final consumption. The opening of the internal market to foreign competition is envisaged for 2003. With regard to the methodology of price regulation, the Energy Law introduces the...
In their continuous planning for load growth, electricity utilities search for the most economic generation schemes. But this will be subject to a number of constraints, such as the type of fuel available and compliance with national environmental standards. In this paper, medium-range planning...
Stabilization of atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations will require significant cuts in electric sector carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) emissions. The ability to capture and sequester CO 2 in a manner compatible with today's fossil-fuel based power generation infrastructure offers a potentially...
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