An Efficient Energy Future - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780408013284, 9781483161723

An Efficient Energy Future

1st Edition

Prospects for Europe and North America

Authors: Sam Stuart
eBook ISBN: 9781483161723
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 23rd February 1983
Page Count: 268
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Description

An Efficient Energy Future: Prospects for Europe and North America is a two-part book exploring the energy problems and policies for Europe and North America. The first part deals with energy demand problems and policies of the countries; two possible energy futures based on the scenarios of the MEDEE model; and energy demand projections for specific sectors: buildings, transport, and industry. The second part presents a collection of relevant energy demand indicators for the housing, transport, and industry sectors for all 17 covered countries.

Table of Contents


Part 1 Energy Problems and Polices for Europe and North America

Summary and Conclusions

1 Energy Problems and Policies

World Energy Outlook

Energy Problems

Energy Demand

Recent Past 1965-1978

Oil Substitution

Energy Policies

Eastern European Policies

Western European Policies

The United States of America Policies

Government Expectations 1978-2000

References

2 Two Possible Energy Futures

Methodology

Two Views of the Future

Housing and the Service Sector

Transport

Industry

References

3 Buildings: Housing and the Service Sector

The Share of Buildings

End-Uses of Energy in Buildings

A Range of Future Energy Demand

The Need for Housing and other Buildings

Government Policies

Energy Conservation Measures in Housing

Energy Conservation Measures in Service Sector Buildings

Future Energy Needs

References

4 Transport

The Share of Transport

Energy for Freight and Passenger Travel

Government Forecasts

Freight Transport

Passenger Transport

Future Energy Needs

References

5 Industry

The Share of Industry

Principal Uses of Energy

Government Energy Forecasts

Energy Consumption Per Capita

Iron and Steel

Total Industrial Output

Future Energy Needs

References

6 The Potential for Energy Conservation

United States of America

Western Europe EUR-9

Eastern Europe CMEA-6

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Energy Saving and International Co-operation

Part 2 Country Profiles and Supportive Data

7 Introduction

Definitions

Symbols and Abbreviations Used

Rounding

References

8 Western Europe EUR-9

Belgium

Denmark

Federal Republic of Germany

France

Ireland

Italy

Luxembourg

Netherlands

United Kingdom

9 Eastern Europe CMEA-6

Bulgaria

Czechoslovakia

German Democratic Republic

Hungary

Poland

Romania

10 United States of America

11 Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

12 Western Europe EUR-9 Aggregates

13 Eastern Europe CMEA-6 Aggregates

14 Total Area Aggregates

Appendix 1 The MEDEE Model of Energy Demand

Energy Demand Sub-Models

The Household/Service Sector Sub-model

The Industrial Sub-model

The Transportation Sub-model

Scenarios

Appendix 2 Energy Forecasts

Appendix 3 Conversion Table for Common Energy Units


Details

No. of pages:
268
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 1983
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9781483161723

About the Author

Sam Stuart

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