Energy security concerns heighten

Kapadia, M. S.
December 2014
Electrical Monitor;Dec2014, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p46
The article presents world energy outlook with specific reference to energy security concerns across various countries. Topics discussed include the strong growth of renewables in many countries that will raise their share in global power generation, global energy demand which is set to grow by 37 percent by 2040, and the World Energy Outlook 2014 of International Energy Agency which says the global energy system is in danger of falling short of the hopes and expectations.


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