publication . Article . 2017

Final energy consumption trends and drivers in Czech Republic and Latvia

Yu, Z.; Dalia Streimikiene; Balezentis, T.; Dapkus, R.; Jovovic, R.; Draskovic, V.;
  • Published: 01 Aug 2017
Abstract
This paper analyses the trends of final energy consumption in Latvia and Czech Republic. Analysis of final energy consumption during 2000-2013 period indicated the main driving forces of final energy consumption during and after world financial crisis of 2008. The paper aimed to evaluate the impact of economic activity and other factors on final energy consumption. The decomposition of the final energy consumption is assessed by analyzing effect of different drivers by the main end-users sector (industry, transport, households, agriculture, services), activity, demography, lifestyles, structural effects, energy savings etc. The results show that the reduction in...
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free text keywords: Q4, Q5, Q46, Q48, energy intensity, energy savings, decomposition analysis, Czech Republic, Latvia, ddc:330, Business, HF5001-6182, Economics as a science, HB71-74
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publication . Article . 2017

Final energy consumption trends and drivers in Czech Republic and Latvia

Yu, Z.; Dalia Streimikiene; Balezentis, T.; Dapkus, R.; Jovovic, R.; Draskovic, V.;