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An Efficient Energy Future : Prospects for Europe and North America.

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Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 1983.
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An Efficient Energy Future : Prospects for Europe and North America.
Burlington : Elsevier Science, ©1983
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Unknown Author
ISBN: 9781483161723 1483161722
OCLC Number: 874320574
Description: 1 online resource (268 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; An Efficient Energy Future: Prospects for Europe and North America; Copyright Page; Preface; Table of Contents; Part 1: Energy problems and policies for Europe and North America; Summary and conclusions; References; Chapter 1. Energy Problems and Policies; World energy outlook; Energy problems; Energy demand; Recent past 1965 to 1978; Oil substitution; Energy policies; Eastern European policies; Western European policies; The United States of America policies; Government expectations 1978-2000; References; Chapter 2. Two Possible Energy Futures; Methodology. Two views of the futureHousing and the service sector; Transport; Industry; References; Chapter 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; Eastern Europe CMEA-6; References; Chapter 4. Transport; The share of transport; Energy for freight and passenger travel; Government forecasts; Freight transport; Passenger transport. Future energy needsReferences; Chapter 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; Chapter 6. The Potential for Energy Conservation; The 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; Chapter 7. Introduction; Definitions; Symbols and abbreviations used; Rounding; References. Chapter 8. Western Europe EUR-9Belgium; Denmark; Federal Republic of Germany; France; Ireland; Italy; Luxembourg; Netherlands; United Kingdom; Chapter 9. Eastern Europe CMEA-6; Bulgaria; Czechoslovakia; German Democratic Republic; Hungary; Poland; Romania; Chapter 10. United States of America; United States of America in brief 1978; Chapter 11. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; USSR in brief 1978; Chapter 12. Western Europe EUR-9 Aggregates; Chapter 13. Eastern Europe CMEA-6 Aggregates; Chapter 14. Total Area Aggregates; Appendix 1: The MEDEE Model of Energy Demand. Energy demand sub-modelsThe household/service sub-model; The industrial sub-model; The transportation sub-model; Scenarios; Appendix 2: Energy forecasts; 1. European Economic Community Countries (EUR-9); 2. Council for Mutual Economic Assistance Countries, excluding the USSR (CMEA-6); 3. United States of America; 4. Union of Soviet Socialist Republics; Appendix 3: Conversion table for common energy units.

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