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The Economics of Energy By Les Livingstone
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Energy powers our entire economy and is an essential resource in every industry and every home. What are our best choices from coal, oil, gas, nuclear, hydro, wind, ethanol, biomass, solar, and... More > others? And can we depend on imports, or should we strive for energy independence?< Less
The Economics of Energy By Les Livingstone
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Energy powers our entire economy and is an essential resource in every industry and every home. What are our best choices from coal, oil, gas, nuclear, hydro, wind, ethanol, biomass, solar, and... More > others? And can we depend on imports, or should we strive for energy independence?< Less
The Economics of Energy By Les Livingstone
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Everything in our economy runs on energy like oil, gas, electricity or some kind of fuel or power. This book explores and explains every energy source and how best to manage it.
The Economics of Energy By Les Livingstone
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Everything in our economy runs on energy like oil, gas, electricity or some kind of fuel or power. This book explores and explains every energy source and how best to manage it.
Energy and Organization By Bernard C. Beaudreau
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Provides an alternative approach to modeling material processes in economics. Argues that material wealth (GDP) is an increasing function of two universal factor inputs, namely broadly-defined energy... More > and broadly-defined organization. Uses the results to examine the productivity slowdown, the ICT revolution and the phenomenon of outsourcing. The latter is attributed to a desire on the part of firms/shareholders to capture a greater share of the relevant energy rents.< Less
Energy and Organization By Bernard C. Beaudreau
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Provides an alternative approach to modeling material processes in economics. Argues that material wealth (GDP) is an increasing function of two universal factor inputs, namely broadly-defined energy... More > and broadly-defined organization. Uses the results to examine the productivity slowdown, the ICT revolution and the phenomenon of outsourcing. The latter is attributed to a desire on the part of firms/shareholders to capture a greater share of the relevant energy rents.< Less
Why Clean Energy Public Investment Makes Economic Sense - The Evidence Base By SEF Alliance
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This report provides an analysis of the connection between government clean energy spending and various measures of economic health. The work was commissioned by the SEF Alliance in response to the... More > global economic downturn in order to provide a comprehensive understanding of why and how countercyclical investment in sustainable energy by the public sector can be a sound economic response to recession.< Less
Clean Energy: Review On Clean Energy Sources By Sivakumaran Sivaramanan
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According to Global Economic Symposium (2016), in the past two decades proven gas reserves have increased by 70% and proven oil reserves by 40%. Even though the ultimate objective or solution of the... More > energy crisis is not providing clean energy alone, increasing environmental hazards such as climate change or global warming due to increasing trend in greenhouse gas emission, acid rain and adverse effects of other air pollutants resulting from fuel combustion elevates the need for green energy. This book reviews the current trend of world’s energy consumption, possible mitigations for energy crisis and type of clean energy sources such as geothermal power, hydropower, wind power, solar power, tidal power, wave energy, fuel cell, nuclear power, biofuels and manpower, their electricity generation process, usage, benefits and negative impacts on environmental and human prospective.< Less
Energy Utility Rate Setting By Lowell Alt
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A Practical Guide to the Retail Rate Setting Process for Regulated Electric and Natural Gas Utilities. This book explains how the traditional rate-setting process is commonly done for energy... More > utilities. This book includes a discussion of revenue requirement, rate base, cost of capital, expenses, revenues, rate-making objectives, cost of service studies, rate design, the rate case process, tariff policies, metering, service quality and other types of cases affecting rates. The book concludes with a numerical example showing the calculation steps from revenue requirement to rate design.< Less
Energy Utility Rate Setting By Lowell Alt
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A Practical Guide to the Retail Rate Setting Process for Regulated Electric and Natural Gas Utilities. This book explains how the traditional rate-setting process is commonly done for energy... More > utilities. This book includes a discussion of revenue requirement, rate base, cost of capital, expenses, revenues, rate-making objectives, cost of service studies, rate design, the rate case process, tariff policies, metering, service quality and other types of cases affecting rates. The book concludes with a numerical example showing the calculation steps from revenue requirement to rate design.< Less