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2013 (Vol. 5, Issue: 23)
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Research on the Transformation from Intensity Control to Total Amount Control in Energy Consumption-An Exploration of Practice in Zhejiang Province

Bao Jianqiang, He Qiaoli, Miao Yang and Zhang Lili
Corresponding Author:  Bao Jianqiang 

Key words:  Constraint and control, intensity of energy consumption, total amount of energy consumption, , , ,
Vol. 5 , (23): 5330-5336
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May 01, 2012 December 12, 2012 May 28, 2013
Abstract:

This study proposes practical control methods for energy consumption based on amounts used within Zhejiang, based on the conflict that the energy resources of Zhejiang Province are limited while its economic contribution to China is huge. China declared in its National Eleventh Five-Year Plan on Economic Development (2006-10) that its attention had shifted from energy supply to constraining energy consumption. However, global awareness of climate change and the need for action, coupled with pressure on domestic resources and the environment, means that a change from intensity control, to total amount control in energy consumption, is not only necessary for China’s continued economic development, but also reflects its need to apply more progressive energy policies.
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Bao Jianqiang, He Qiaoli, Miao Yang and Zhang Lili, 2013. Research on the Transformation from Intensity Control to Total Amount Control in Energy Consumption-An Exploration of Practice in Zhejiang Province.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 5(23): 5330-5336.
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