Energy Procedia | VOL. 5
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Energy Consumption and Carbon Emissions: Analysis and Prediction-The Case of Hebei Province in China

Publication Date Jan 1, 2011

Abstract

Abstract From the time of reform and opening up, China's rapid economic growth attracts worldwide attention, which also brings the accompanying problems that high energy consumption, high pollution and high emission are more prominent. Therefore, the low carbon economy development model has become an inevitable choice for China's sustainable economic development. However, the stage of economic development is insurmountable and the continuing growth and the disadvantaging structure of energy consumption will become a serious obstacle for China's low-carbon economy. Selecting the relevant data from 1980 to 2009, and using not only Hebei Province as its study area but also the whole country as its reference region, this paper analyzes the relationship between the changes in energy consumption structure and the carbon emissions in Hebei Province, and basing on which predicts the energy consumption and carbon emissions in the future in order to provide policy recommendations for the optimization of energy consumption structure, the upgrade of industrial structure, and the development of carbon economy

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Optimization Of Energy Consumption Structure Upgrade Of Industrial Structure Hebei Province In China Development Of Carbon Economy China's Low-carbon Economy Hebei Province Energy Consumption Stage Of Economic Development Carbon Emissions Energy Consumption Structure

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