New Application of SWARA Method in Prioritizing Sustainability Assessment Indicators of Energy System

  title={New Application of SWARA Method in Prioritizing Sustainability Assessment Indicators of Energy System},
  author={Sarfaraz Hashemkhani Zolfani and Jonas {\vS}aparauskas},
  journal={The Engineering Economics},
A major topic among the current researches on energy is a sustainable energy development and assessment. An importance of energy system is obvious in our life. There are many important energy applications. There are heating and cooling, power generation, desalination, air conditioning and so on. By the year 2020 world will need 50% more energy than today and the Asia-Pacific region will become world's largest consumer of energy. In 21-st century, world faces with the challenge of converting its… 

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