Energy Use Efficiency

Edited by
April 2021
284 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0354-7 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-0355-4 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Energy Use Efficiency that was published in

Chemistry & Materials Science
Environmental & Earth Sciences
Physical Sciences
Energy is one of the most important factors of production. Its efficient use is crucial for ensuring production and environmental quality. Unlike normal goods with supply management, energy is demand managed. Efficient energy use—or energy efficiency—aims to reduce the amount of energy required to provide products and services. Energy use efficiency can be achieved in situations such as housing, offices, industrial production, transport and agriculture as well as in public lighting and services. The use of energy can be reduced by using technology that is energy saving. This Special Issue is a collection of research on energy use efficiency.
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energy efficiency; direct energy rebound effect; spatial spillover effect; price decomposition; fuel consumption; trade-off; technological progress; passenger vehicle; energy efficiency; power factor; regression discontinuity design; energy efficiency; data envelopment analysis; super-SBM; grey model; energy consumption; vehicle; productive process; energy consumption; material consumption; manufacturing; labor productivity; energy; Ethiopia; energy access; energy use; fuzzy logic; energy efficiency; energy intensity; stochastic frontier; persistent efficiency; transient efficiency; US manufacturing; energy paradox; integrated assessment model; subsidy policy; air quality improvement; zero-emission vehicles; fine particulate matter; Corporate Average Fuel Economy standards; Global Change Assessment Model; energy monitoring; electricity smart meters; smart metering information platforms; knowledge; longitudinal study; consumers; energy use efficiency; energy efficiency management; design science research; pilot implementation; dynamics; heat transfer in buildings; heat losses; buildings; thermal power; heating; dynamic DEA; efficiency measurement; electricity power generation; weak disposability; undesirable outputs