TITLE

Analysis of energy consumption in China and the driving factors based on MRCI

AUTHOR(S)
Honghai SUN; Yanbin SUN; Yanqiu Wang
PUB. DATE
April 2014
SOURCE
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 521, p855
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Using the complete structure of input output analysis theory and no residual decomposition method (MRCI) effect on the growth of energy consumption China and corresponding contribution rate of quantitative analysis of scale effect, the contribution rate of 100.99%, the structure of production effect, the contribution rate of 38.16%, per capita energy efficiency reached 9.05%, population scale contribution rate of 12.11%, the use of the structure effect reached 6.09%, distribution structure effect is up to 5.83%, pushing the energy consumption growth Chinese role; energy intensity effect contribution rate of -72.23% China, inhibit the growth of energy consumption, saving energy and reducing consumption of our country plays an important role.
ACCESSION #
94766475

 

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