Energy Demand as an Economic Concept

August 21, 2017

Steve Sorrell from Science Policy Research Unit, University of Sussex, UK, argues that demand will not be reduced without rising energy prices and adequate policies. The measures currently underrepresent are behavioral changes in order to support new and energy efficient technologies. The current global policies are more oriented toward incremental changes and energy supply chain. (Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 47 (2015) 74–82) 

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