publication . Article . 2017

Energy consumption-based accounts: A comparison of results using different energy extension vectors

Owen, A; Brockway, P; Brand-Correa, L; Bunse, L; Sakai, M; Barrett, J;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2017 Journal: Applied Energy, volume 190, pages 464-473 (issn: 0306-2619, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract
Increasing attention has been focussed on the use of consumption-based approaches to energy accounting via input-output (IO) methods. Of particular interest is the examination of energy supply chains, given the associated risks from supply-chain issues, including availability shocks, taxes on fossil fuels and fluctuating energy prices. Using a multiregional IO (MRIO) database to calculate energy consumption-based accounts (CBA) allows analysts to both determine the quantity and source of energy embodied in products along the supply chain. However, it is recognised in the literature that there is uncertainty as to the most appropriate type of energy data that sho...
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free text keywords: Energy(all), Civil and Structural Engineering
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publication . Article . 2017

Energy consumption-based accounts: A comparison of results using different energy extension vectors

Owen, A; Brockway, P; Brand-Correa, L; Bunse, L; Sakai, M; Barrett, J;