Renewal of economics

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  • The surging rate of CO2 emission in the past few years has raised concerns on environmental security for the government and Vietnamese citizens. Rising demands for social development, economic and population growth, enhancing standards of living require the use of energy and possibly increasing carbon dioxide emission, having direct impacts on the environment and human health. Hence, it is necessary to have different analyses assessing the degree of influences on each factor causing CO2 emitted and appropriate approaches to effectively control and reduce the carbon emission.

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  • Labor export is now considered one of the foreign economic activities which bring great benefits to socioeconomic development in Vietnam. With remittances from this activity up to billions of USD a year, it has helped thousands of households to stabilize their livelihoods and renewed rural communities.

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  • Lecture Power system operation and control - Lesson 2: Introduction, Power grid history provide students with knowledge about introduction and review of phasors & three phase; transmission line and transformer modeling; models for generators, and loads; power flow analysis and control; economic system operation/restructuring; power system stability; distribution systems; emerging topics;...

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  • The findings suggest that perceived or real economic benefits generated support for wind farms, especially when those benefits strengthened livelihoods and land-tenure security of host communities where livelihoods depended on fishing and farming and few employment opportunities exist. The varying consultation processes indicate that need for wind investors and state officials to improve community consultations.

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  • Lecture Renewable energy sources. After completing this section, you will understand knowledge about: energy scenario and renewable energy sources: global and Indian situation. Potential of nonconventional energy sources, economics. Solar Radiation: Solar thermal process, heat transfer devices, solar radiation measurement, estimation of average solar radiation. Solar energy storage: stratified storage, well mixed storage, comparison. Hot water system, Practical consideration, solar ponds, Non-convective solar pond, extraction of thermal energy and application of solar ponds.

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  • The study indicates that the economic factor as Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is a possible significant element to mitigate the emission. In addition, sources of energy consumption have the important role of controlling CO2 emissions. In the long run, the consumption of non - renewable energy is a positive and significant effect on CO2 emissions while renewable energy is vice versa.

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  • Sustainable development has its complexity in seeking a balance between the three dimensions, renewable energies require an economic investment and are friendly to the environment; but due to socioeconomic differences, access and widespread use may be limited. Colombia has a subsidy mechanism according to socioeconomic strata, where the lower strata receive a reduction in the price of energy by a set amount of kWh, while the upper strata contribute a 20% of the final price.

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  • Globally, the transport sector has been directed towards electric mobility by policies, regulations, development strategies and economic incentives. The transport sector has an important strategic role in the economic development of a country, the sustainability of this sector has an impact on political and scientific discussions due to its environmental impact.

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  • Concerned by the environmental and economic threats posed by fossil fuels as the source of energy, this study uses the case of Nigeria economy to understand the extent to which economic growth and carbon emissions matters for renewable energy demands. Exploring both the linear and nonlinear ARDL modelling framework, the main empirical findings are that the amplified responsiveness of the consequence of climate change has led to increase in the demand for renewable energy particularly when the underlying source of the emissions is attributable to activities in the transport sector.

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  • The present work wants to assess the environmental and energetic sustainability of 27 European countries. To this aim, a Multi-criteria decision analysis and an analytical hierarchy process has been implemented to gather and process information from the experts. Results show that only four countries (Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Austria) present very significant performances. The intervention of policymakers must be clear, by penalizing nonresponsible behavior, encouraging the development of circular and green practices, also through the exploitation of subsidies.

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  • The aim of this article is to study the context and the challenges of the North African region in its quest towards energy transition. This work performs firstly a benchmark between the countries namely Algeria, Egypt, Morocco, and Tunisia, in terms of fossil resources and renewable potential based on official data and statistics. The study then focuses on Morocco, who is developing a new energy transition model axed on renewable electricity generation.

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  • This article investigates the impact of renewable energy consumption and natural resource depletion on environmental degradation from 1990 to 2014. The analysis of this study is distributed into three parts, developing country analysis, developed country analysis and complete sample analysis. An insignificant relation has found between natural resource depletion and environmental degradation in the case of complete sample analysis and developing country analysis, but vica-versa in developed countries.

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  • Changes in global development benchmarks, the gradual depletion of natural resources, as well as global climatic changes are forcing economic actors around the world to look for alternative methods of energy production. The transition to them can be difficult due to the high cost of the produced energy and pressure from states and corporations specializing in the extraction of classical energy sources. The article is devoted to the study of the transition to renewable energy.

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  • The study finds significant positive impact of non-renewable energy consumption (NRNC), GDP and labor force on CO2 emission. Renewable energy consumption (RNC) has negative impact on CO2 emission. As RNC causes reducing CO2 emission in the sample ASEAN economies, the study suggests the policy makers to inductee effective policies to encourage the generation of renewable energy and its uses across ASEAN economies. While the generation of non-renewable energy should be discouraged as it promotes CO2 emission.

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  • This paper resonate current debate on renewable energy developments (RED) with emphasis on opportunities, barriers and related issues within the context of global energy politics. Energy is a strategic commodity that is required to meet basic needs of the society. A sizeable portion of primary energy demand is met through conventional fossil fuels which are a finite resource, but RED is an important step towards environmental, social and economic development.

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  • Green energy is considered the backbone for all the environmental strategies as it impacts the organizations in three key areas, such as the economy, society, and environment. Green energy projects have emerged as the sustainable drivers of economic elevation for a country, replacing the conventional energy sources that damage the ecology to a great extent. In this paper, the primary purpose is to overview the financial processes to pursue green energy. Moreover, this paper has analyzed all the financial mechanisms required in Georgia to carry out green energy projects.

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  • There is a large potential for biomass-based renewable energy production Colombia which mostly remains untapped, accounting for a marginal 0.8% of the electricity production. Moreover, Córdoba is a department with important developments in agriculture and agroindustry, where significant amounts of biomass wastes are generated. In total, these wastes have a yearly energy potential of 548 for the use of anaerobic digestion, and 1159 GWh per year using direct combustion.

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  • Through rigorous rural electrification projects, over 99.97% of Bhutan’s households now have access to electricity, which is predominantly generated from run-of-the-river hydropower plants. Despite this achievement, around 5% of the rural households still do not have access to electricity to meet their cooking load demands and, therefore, they extensively rely on firewood, LPG, and kerosene for cooking purposes. Apart from hydropower, penetration of other renewable sources such as solar and wind power in the country is negligible.

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  • This paper applied the ARDL bounds test approach and the VECM test technique to examine the long run relationship and direction of causality between renewable energy consumption and economic growth in Argentina. Quarterly time series data was employed in this study covering a period between 1990 and 2018. Trade openness, capital and employment were included in the study to form a multivariate framework. The results established that there is a long run relationship between the variables.

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  • This article presents the technical and financial study of the feasibility of a solar photovoltaic system connected to the grid in a residential complex in Colombia according to the regulatory framework in force in 2019, comparing three solar panel technologies, as well as three generation scenarios in order to determine the optimal option for these renewable energy projects.

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