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Author: Steven J. Emmerich
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: ventilation, technology, application, controlled, demand, art, review, co2, state
Number of Pages: 47
Published: 2003-11
ISBN-10: 0756728363
ISBN-13: 9780756728366

The control of outdoor air intake rates in mechanically ventilated bldgs. based on indoor carbon dioxide (CO2) levels, often referred to as CO2 demand controlled ventilation (DCV), has the potential for reducing the energy consumption assoc. with bldg. ventilation in commercial & institutional bldgs. CO2 DCV has been studied for 20+ years, but questions still remain re: the actual energy savings potential as a function of climate, ventilation system features, & bldg. occupancy. In addition, questions exist as to the indoor air quality impacts of the approach & the best way to implement CO2 DCV
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Author: Henrik Duer
Publisher: Nordic Council of Ministers
Keywords: cars, nordic, countries, passenger, emissions, analysis, taxes, co2, comparative
Number of Pages: 92
Published: 2011-05-31
ISBN-10: 9289322160
ISBN-13: 9789289322164

The report discusses how economic instruments can be used to reduce CO2 emissions from passenger cars in the Nordic countries. The analysis indicate that: the registration tax and the annual circulation tax can contribute to a reduction in the average CO2 emission from new cars; company car schemes in the Nordic countries provide incentives for larger cars and increased driving because of subsidies, and this has long term effect as a large share of new cars are registered as company cars but are used as private cars most of their lives; CO2 differentiated taxes can provide incentives to consum
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Author: M. Kerkhof
Publisher: Sidestone Press
Keywords: van, co2, midden, gemeenten, westland, delfland, nootdorp, pijnacker, distributie, leidingen, archeologische, een, begeleiding, aanleg, ocap, voor
Number of Pages: 48
Published: 2009
ISBN-10: 9088900272
ISBN-13: 9789088900273
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Author: Paul W. Parfomak
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Keywords: implementation, uncertainties, key, sector, control, electricity, carbon
Number of Pages: 25
Published: 2011-04
ISBN-10: 1437938485
ISBN-13: 9781437938487

Congress has been debating a range of potential initiatives for reducing atmospheric CO2 from U.S. sources. Legislative proposals would seek to limit U.S. CO2 emissions to historical levels through emissions caps, carbon taxes, or other mechanisms. In the 110th Congress, the most prominent CO2 proposals sought reductions of nationwide CO2 emissions to 1990 levels or lower by 2030. Contents of this report: (1) Energy Efficiency and Conservation; (2) Renewable Energy; (3) Nuclear Power Generation; (4) Advanced Coal-Fired Power Generation; (5) Carbon Capture and Sequestration; (6) Plug-in Electri
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Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Develop
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: transport, analytical, methods, road, emissions, reduce, greenhouse, gas, strategies
Number of Pages: 68
Published: 2002-07-01
ISBN-10: 9264196781
ISBN-13: 9789264196780

Road transport accounts for approximately 80% of CO2 emissions emanating from transport, which corresponds to more than 20% of total emissions. This clearly has enormous implications for global climate change. With the continued growth forecast in car ownership and distance travelled, what are the expected trends in CO2 emissions and their consequences for the potential achievement of the Kyoto Protocol? What models are available to predict the level of CO2 emissions? Are they useful? This report, which has been prepared by an OECD Working Group, uses a number of illustrative and pragmatic cas
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Author: Unknown
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: progrs, quels, co2, missions, transports
Number of Pages: 299
Published: 2007-01-24
ISBN-10: 9282123790
ISBN-13: 9789282123799

En dépit des efforts importants déployés par certains pays, les émissions de CO2 liées aux transports n’ont cessé de croître au cours de la dernière décennie. Ce rapport passe en revue les progrès accomplis par les pays de l’OCDE et de la CEMT en matière de réduction des émissions de CO2 imputables au secteur des transports. Il inclut des données détaillés par pays sur les mesures de lutte contres ces émissions pour les années 1990-2003.
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Author: International Energy Agency
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Keywords: iea, countries, trends, millennium, new, energy
Number of Pages: 170
Published: 2007-08
ISBN-10: 9264034293
ISBN-13: 9789264034297

Responding to a Gleneagles G8 Summit reguest, this book shows how changes in energy efficiency, economic structure, income, prices and fuel mix have affected recent trends in energy use and CO2 emissions in IEA countries. The results are disturbing. Since 1990, the rate of energy efficiency improvement in IEA countries has been less than 1 per cent per year - much lower than in previous decades and not nearly enough to stem the growth of CO2 emissions. If climate change is to be tackled, and IEA countries move towards a sustainable energy future, then this rate will need to double. This report
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