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World Security Institute;
The rapid pace of growth in China's total energy consumption over the past decade and the seemingly unrestrained rise of oil prices have generated a critical mass of discussion about China's energy security. The principle concern over energy security in China is the perception that the Chinese economy is highly dependent on a stable supply of energy and cannot tolerate the slightest interruption or shortfall.
Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars;
Features articles on the U.S.-China relationship on climate change, industrial energy efficiency cooperation, carbon capture and sequestration in China, and local environmental enforcement, as well as commentaries on various other environmental issues.
Environmental and Energy Study Institute;
According to research by Roger Bezdek for the American Solar Energy Society (ASES), the renewable energy (RE) and energy efficiency (EE) industries created a total of 8.5 million jobs (direct and indirect) in 2006; 450,000 jobs in RE and 8 million jobs in EE throughout the United States. As many as 1 out of 4 workers in the United States will be working in RE or EE industries by 2030. The 40 million jobs are not just engineering‐related, but also include millions of new jobs in manufacturing, construction, accounting, and management.
Provides a broad view of energy lifestyles in the U.S., including energy use in the home and on the road. Shows the correlations that exist between levels of energy usage and the socioeconomic characteristics of different households.
Contains options for energy thrift in urban transportation; energy, employment, and dollar impacts of alternative transportation and consumer options; recycling metals in urban solid wastes; energy recovery from organic wastes; and pollution control.
Examines issues facing the oil, electric utility, coal, gas, and nuclear industries. Based on a study of influences on decision-making in the energy industry, provides observations on national energy policy, and recommendations.
Provides an analysis and survey of energy R&D policies and programs. Includes energy research in Canada, France, Germany, Japan, Sweden, and the U.K., and policy issues in the U.S. within the framework of the energy marketplace.
Provides an analysis of energy tax and subsidy policies. Includes recommendations on how subsidies and taxation could be employed to generate positive responses and outcomes to the energy crisis of the early 1970s.
Estimates the capital investments of the petroleum and electric utility industries, and determines how these investments are to be financed. Examines how financing problems might threaten the ability of the energy industry to meet demands.
This fourth volume in the Commonwealth Blue Economy Series, Marine Renewable Energy, explores the potential for the development of the blue economy by providing a high-level review of actions needed to progress marine renewable energy generation in SIDS.
Impact Investment Shujog;
This report published by Shujog summarizes the market size, growth, trends, challenges, and social impact of Social Enterprises in the household energy services sector in Southeast Asia, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
World Security Institute;
"Energy security" is usually defined as the guarantee of a stable and reliable supply of energy at reasonable prices. However, this definition is often misleading because it equates oil supply as the primary focus of a country's energy security considerations. As a developing country with a limited natural resource endowment China does not rely on oil alone. Instead China is one of the few economies in the world that still uses coal as one of its main sources of energy. Therefore, energy security in China is more comprehensive because it must consider the supply of coal, gas, electricity and nuclear energy along with oil imports.