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Long-term energy and materials strategies for CO2 reduction

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Year
1995

Citation

Gielen, D.J., Kram, T., Lako, P., and Ybema, J.R., 1995, Long-term energy and materials strategies for CO2 reduction: Elsevier Science, B.V., p. 1061-1074.

Summary

Long-term greenhouse gas emission reduction strategies for the Netherlands were studied, using a MARKAL energy model. The EMS study identifies longterm technological options for greenhouse gas emission reduction and assesses their cost-effectiveness, taking interactions between technologies into account. The project consisted of three parts: carbon dioxyde (CO 2) emission reduction in the energy system, integrated reduction of greenhouse gases from the energy system with consideration of upstream emissions and CO 2 reduction in the integrated energy and materials system. 500 energy technologies were assessed for their reduction potential. Significant emission reduction seems possible, but it takes an array of measures to achieve this [...]

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  • Western Energy Citation Clearinghouse

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Alternate Titles

  • Climate Change Research: Evaluation and Policy Implications

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Type Scheme Key
DOI WECC []

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places
namePetten, The Netherlands
typePublication City

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typePages
value1061-1074
citationTypeBook Section or Chapter

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