This paper explores whether it was feasible and reasonable to gain a better understanding of national energy intensity by measuring the embodied energy in goods traded across national borders. If so, this information could provide decision-makers with a more transparent picture of a nation’s energy intensity and greenhouse gas emissions.
Measuring the energy intensity of nations: Towards a framework for transparent comparisons
- Initiative Productivity and Economic Diversification
- Type Workshop brief
- Date 6 December 2013
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