Energy: Patterns of Consumption
Energy: Patterns of Consumption EVPP111
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I I H H H H H H H H H H H M H H H H H H H Mrquot H H u u u up 95 u 97 l u u L b u tazr u u u u u 2 u 4 student email address EVPP111 0 Fal2014 History of energy consumption 0 necessity of energy energy required for living and nonliving systems 0 ultimate source of most energy the sun 0 human use of energy 0 sources have changed over time I plants animals wind water industrial revolution fueled by coal which replaced wood transition to oil 0 link bt economic growth and availability of inexpensive NRG I automobiles increase demand for gasoline Energy and economics 0 high GDP large amount of energy use Energy Cost of Development 0 how much per capita energy does it take for a nation to achieve developed status see table in PPT 0 Andrew Ferguson should u want to argue for a lower average energy use than 64 GJ per capita per year then you ll need to argue for accepting an infant mortality rate higher than 151000 births 0 Energy cost of increased female life expectancy see table in PPT How energy is used 0 see Table 191and pie chart in Powerpoint 0 quan es o industrialized countries I use greater percentage of energy 0 US has 45 of population but uses 20 of the world s energy 0 how much energy do you use in a year I 300 GJcapitayear US and Canada I Ethiopia Kampuchea Nepal Bhutan 1 GJcapitayear 0 use categories 0 energy use by sector I industrial I transportation I residentialcommercial other I US by sector 232 industry 487 residentialcomm H 281 transportation 0 industrialized vs less developed countries 0 transportation uses 0 electrical energy production category vs consumption category Energy consumption trends 0 fossil fuel and natural gas consumption has been increasing 0 factors determining energy use 0 political stability 0 price of oil 0 energy costs 0 1979 oil 40barrel o 1998 oil lt 15barrel o 2009 147barrel o 2714 9750barrel
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