Improving the robustness of societal exergy accounting : from primary energy to energy services

@inproceedings{Sousa2016ImprovingTR,
  title={Improving the robustness of societal exergy accounting : from primary energy to energy services},
  author={T{\^a}nia Sousa and Paul E. Brockway and Jonhatan Cullen and Andr{\'e} Cabrera Serrenho and Sofia Teives Henriques and Tiago Domingos},
  year={2016}
}
Results of useful exergy accounting at the societal (i.e. national or global) level are potentially important for policy purposes, such as the development of energy or GHG emission scenarios, and the determination of the major energy inefficiencies (and thus improvement potentials) within a country. However, useful exergy societal studies commonly differ in their accounting methodology, which affect the results. Such differences include the starting point (primary or final energy), the method… CONTINUE READING

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