An Economic-Ecological Transdisciplinary Approach on the Binomial Relationship between Energetic Sustainability and the Environment

@inproceedings{Pop2017AnET,
  title={An Economic-Ecological Transdisciplinary Approach on the Binomial Relationship between Energetic Sustainability and the Environment},
  author={Ioan G. Pop and Sebastian Văduva and Mihai-Florin Taloș},
  year={2017}
}
The paper combines two new original concepts about eco-energetic systems. The first one is related to the M.E.N. (Mega-Eco-Nega-Watt) paradigm, which is based on three different but complementary ecological economic spaces: MEGAWATT, as needed energy, ECOWATT, as ecological energy, and NEGAWATT, as preserved energy, even the renewable energies and technologies, in the context of electrical energy production. The second concept presented in this paper is the eco-energetic efficiency, introduced… CONTINUE READING

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