Domestic Energy Articles

  • Interaction relationship between urban domestic energy consumption and water use – a case study of Beijing and Shanghai

    Energy consumption and water use are inextricably linked. Combining research on energy consumption and water use in an urban context provides a scientific basis for the integrated planning of energy and water supply systems. Domestic energy and water are among the most consumed resources in urban environments. Furthermore, domestic resources represent an increasing proportion of the total ...

    By IWA Publishing

  • Barriers towards reducing domestic energy consumption – findings of a study among social housing tenants

    The aim of this study was to take a broad approach to understanding domestic energy consumption and identify difficulties in energy reduction. The study focused on a variety of factors, including barriers and motivators for behaviour change, comfort and comfort actions and knowledge about the heating system. Data collection was carried out with 55 social housing tenants in England using ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Sustainable charcoal policy note case study

    This sustainable charcoal policy study, under the World Bank, focused on consolidating existing information relative to charcoal utilisation. Our experts analysed models for realising a more sustainable use of domestic energy resources, including recommending a limited number of initiatives to take forward and proving a plan for implementing the suggested options. The study put forward the ...

    By Camco Clean Energy Company

  • Strictly Business

    THE LONG-TIME OIL EXPLORATION AUTHORITY AND PROLIFIC AUTHOR SPARED A FEW MOMENTS DURING THE GLOBAL PACIFIC & PARTNERS 15TH AFRICA OIL WEEK TO TALK TO CINDY MORITZ ABOUT OIL ON THE AFRICAN CONTINENTWhat’s the trouble with Africa?Africa as understood by Hollywood is not Africa. The external visions on Africa are a combination of populism, misunderstanding and not knowing the history or ...

    By Global Pacific & Partners

  • Domestic energy sustainability of different urban residential patterns: a New Zealand approach

    A quantitative study was undertaken to calculate the potential sustainability of five residential blocks in Auckland, New Zealand (NZ) of differing physical densities. The main study considered five attributes of sustainability: domestic energy, transportation, carbon sequestration, food, and waste. This paper presents the results and mathematical methodology developed for one key aspect, ...

    By Inderscience Publishers

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