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Energy as a Social Project—Recovering a Discourse

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Year
2006

Citation

Byrne, J., Toly, N., and Glover, L., 2006, Energy as a Social Project—Recovering a Discourse: Transaction Publishers, 32 p.

Summary

A new transportation demand model is described showing a simple data-base structure. It only requires input data referring to the fleets and the engine characteristics of the transportation park. The main characteristic of the model is its expertise in analysing the effects of different policies oriented to the reduction of the pollution levels and to the energy savings in the transportation sector. The results are provided both in terms of energy consumption and quantities of pollutant released to the environment. The effects of different transportation scenarios can be easily analysed using a simple "electronic sheet" way of representation.

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  • Western Energy Citation Clearinghouse

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Alternate Titles

  • Transforming Power—Energy, Environment, and Society in Conflict

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