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IEA Scoreboard 2009
35 Key Energy Trends over 35 Years
IEA. Published by : OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  03 nov 2009
Pages: 144 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264063778 , Code OCDE: 612009201P1
Prix:   €100 | $135 | £85 | ¥12500 | MXN1800 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Measuring and assessing how much has been done by member countries over the years to follow their underlying principles is not an easy task. Each country is unique in terms of economy, geography, climate, energy resources, etc. Taking into account some of these specificities, the IEA Scoreboard 2009 compares what has been achieved by member countries in diversifying their energy mix, in promoting non-fossil fuels and energy efficiency, in encouraging research and development, and, more generally, in creating a policy framework consistent with their shared policy goals.

Since the IEA Scoreboard 2009 is published in conjunction with the 35th anniversary of the IEA, 35 themes, ranging from diversification to prices, show how IEA countries have performed in their efforts to attain energy security, environmental protection and economic growth.   This book, which combines statistical rigour with easy access and readability, is an ideal resource for anyone who would like to have a quick overview of energy development in IEA member countries over the last 35 years. The publication also includes selected energy-related statistics for over 140 countries, economies and regions in the world.

Tables des matières:

Executive Summary
IEA in the World
-Population and gross domestic product
-Energy production; total, coal and oil
-Energy production: natural gas, nuclear and renewables
-Energy imports
-Energy exports
-Total primary energy supply by region
-Primary energy supply by fuel
-Total primary energy supply by region and by fuel
-Electricity production
-CO2 emissions from fuel combustion
A. Diversity within the Energy Sector
-1. Diversification in energy production
-2. Diversification in total primary energy supply
-3. Diversification in oil supply and consumption
-4. Diversification in coal supply and consumption
-5. Diversification in gas supply and consumption
-6. Diversification in industry consumption
-7. Diversification in transport consumption
-8. Diversification in residential consumption
-9. Diversification in commercial and public services consumption
-10. Diversification in electricity production
-12. Diversification in sectoral electricity consumption
B. Ability to Respond Promptly to Energy Emergencies
-12. Net energy imports
-13. Self-sufficiency
-14. Emergency stockholding
C. Development of Economic Non-Fossil Fuels: Nuclear and Renewables
-15. Share of nuclear in TPES and electricity production
-16. Share of renewables in TPES
-17. Share of renewables in electricity production
-18. Hydro
-19. Non-hydro renewables
-20. Biofuels
D. Improved Energy Efficiency
-21. TPES per capita
-22. TPES per GDP
-23. Energy efficiency savings in IEA member countries
-24. Energy intensity in manufacturing industries
-25. Energy efficiency in freight transport
-26. Energy efficiency in passenger transport
-27. Energy efficiency in households
-28. Power plant efficiency
E. Environmentally Sustainable Provision and Use of Energy
-29. CO2 emissions from fuel combustion
-30. CO2 emissions from the electricity sector
-31. CO2 emission intensities
F. Undistorted Energy Prices
-32. Prices and taxes of selected products
G. Continued Research, Development, and Market Deployment
-33. RD&D budgets in the energy sector
-34. RD&D budgets in renewable energy
-35. IEA Implementing Agreements
-1. IEA Shared Goals
-2. Geographical coverage
-3. Selected graphs for the world
-4. Selected key indicators for 140 countries, economies and regions
-5. Glossary
-6. Units and conversions
-7. Abbreviations

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