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Energy demand: Facts and trends

Abstract

The relationship between economic development and energy demand is investigated in this book. It gives a detailed analysis of the energy demand dynamics in industrialized countries and compares the past evolution of the driving factors behind energy demand by sector and by end-uses for the main OECD countries: residential sector (space heating, water heating, cooking...), tertiary sector, passenger and goods transport by mode, and industry (with particular emphasis on the steel and cement industry). This analysis leads to a more precise understanding of the long-term trends of energy demand; highlighting the influence on these trends of energy prices, especially after the oil price shocks, and of the type of economic development pattern.
Publication Date:
Jan 01, 1982
Product Type:
Book
Reference Number:
EDB-83-024722
Resource Relation:
Related Information: Topics in energy
Subject:
29 ENERGY PLANNING, POLICY AND ECONOMY; ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT; ENERGY DEMAND; FORECASTING; CEMENT INDUSTRY; COMPARATIVE EVALUATIONS; DATA; DEVELOPED COUNTRIES; HOUSEHOLDS; INDUSTRY; MATHEMATICAL MODELS; METAL INDUSTRY; PARAMETRIC ANALYSIS; RESIDENTIAL SECTOR; SPACE HEATING; TABLES; TRANSPORTATION SECTOR; WATER HEATING; DEMAND; HEATING; INFORMATION; 292000* - Energy Planning & Policy- Supply, Demand & Forecasting
OSTI ID:
6659837
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
English
Submitting Site:
HEDB
Size:
Pages: 291
Announcement Date:

Citation Formats

Chateau, B, and Lapillonne, B. Energy demand: Facts and trends. Germany: N. p., 1982. Web.
Chateau, B, & Lapillonne, B. Energy demand: Facts and trends. Germany.
Chateau, B, and Lapillonne, B. 1982. "Energy demand: Facts and trends." Germany.
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title = {Energy demand: Facts and trends}
author = {Chateau, B, and Lapillonne, B}
abstractNote = {The relationship between economic development and energy demand is investigated in this book. It gives a detailed analysis of the energy demand dynamics in industrialized countries and compares the past evolution of the driving factors behind energy demand by sector and by end-uses for the main OECD countries: residential sector (space heating, water heating, cooking...), tertiary sector, passenger and goods transport by mode, and industry (with particular emphasis on the steel and cement industry). This analysis leads to a more precise understanding of the long-term trends of energy demand; highlighting the influence on these trends of energy prices, especially after the oil price shocks, and of the type of economic development pattern.}
place = {Germany}
year = {1982}
month = {Jan}
}