Inadequate governmental energy conservation policies

Energy conservation can be defined as the strategy for reducing energy requirements per unit of industrial output or individual well-being without affecting the progress of socio-economic development or causing disruption in life style (Schipper, 1976).
Most goods could and should be both manufactured and made to work more efficiently. Policies should be designed to encourage efficient use of energy. These would probably have to incorporate a variety of energy-savings measures, including fiscal measures, regulations and standards, encouragement of action by common means (public transportation, total energy systems), public education and research and development.
Problem Type:
F: Fuzzy exceptional problems
EnergyInadequacyGovernment PolicyConservation
Date of last update
01.01.2000 – 00:00 CET