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Quest for quality: Assessment of service quality of special academic institution library: case study
Heritage and waste: introduction
Reveals the breadth and complexity of concerns associated with how heritage conservation and material salvage and reuse intersect, informed by their geographic and cultural contexts
Ghana’s energy access journey so far: a review of key strategies
Aims to present a comprehensive review of the programmes being implemented with a view to ascertaining if they adequately address the energy needs of the poor more holistically and sustainably.
MNEs’ Contribution to Sustainable Energy and Development: The Case of “Light for All” Program in Brazil
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Environmental implication of coal and oil energy utilization in Turkey: is the EKC hypothesis related to energy?
Examines the role of coal and oil energy utilization in environmental sustainability drive of Turkey from the framework of sustainable development vis-à-vis income expansion over an extended period of 1965–2017.
An Index Proposal for Supply Security Risk in Fossil Energy Imports: The Case of Turkey
A chapter in New Challenges for Future Sustainability and Wellbeing by Ercan Özen, Simon Grima and Rebecca Dalli Gonzi. Part of our Emerald Studies In Finance, Insurance, And Risk Management series.
Direct and indirect contributions of energy consumption structure to carbon emission intensity
Aims to study the causal relationship between carbon emission intensity and energy consumption structure in China based on path analysis.
The potential of shifting residential energy consumption for the energy transition
Analyses the contribution of shifting the load of household devices from periods of renewable energy underproduction to surplus periods in order to better match energy production and demand.
Key journals within this topic
We have a broad range of journals containing content relevant to the topic of energy. Here are some of our key journals in this area.
A sample of the books in this topic
Below is a selection of recent books from our broad range of content in the area of energy.
SDG7 visualises a world in which energy is universally accessible, efficient and renewable in order to create sustainable, inclusive and resilient communities. This book explores the implementation challenges of SDG7, offers potential solutions, and maps out a way in which global energy systems might be transformed.
This book takes Italy as a case study, focusing on the financial performance of retail energy firms between 2008 and 2017, to provide an up-to-date and critical analysis of this sizeable shift that has taken place within the European energy sector.
Describes both mathematical and computational tools for energy and power risk management, deriving from first principles stochastic models for simulating commodity risk and how to design robust C++ to implement these models.
Explores the important economic and legal questions of market manipulation that have arisen in restructured energy markets, paying particular attention to the actions of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
This book sets out a systematic piece of research which attempts to assess the level of energy security in China, investigate how national energy supply security might be improved, and consider how energy trade risks might be reduced.
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