Energy Technology Perspectives 2014

Published 2015 / 07
Summary Energy Technology Perspectives 2014 (ETP 2014) charts a course by which policy and technology together become driving forces – rather than reactionary tools – in transforming the energy sector over the next 40 years. Recent technology developments, markets and energy-related events have asserted their capacity to influence global energy systems. They have also reinforced the central role of policy in the increasingly urgent need to meet growing energy demand while addressing related concerns for energy security, costs and energy-related environmental impacts. Radical action is needed to actively transform energy supply and end use.
Keywords energy, technology, global, outlook, renewable, nuclear, coal, gas, CCS, transport, biofuels, buildings, industry, insulation
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