|Title:||Energy & transport: Strategies for energy conservation in urban passenger transport (Research paper - School of Economic and Financial Studies, Macquarie University ; no. 173)|
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|Publisher:||School of Economic and Financial Studies, Macquarie University (1978)|
The energy used in road passenger transport enables social and economic development and is the target of interventions to fight pressing urban environmental problems, energy security concerns and dangerous climate change.
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The long-term energy conservation choice problem is conceptualized as a portfolio choice problem. The long-term energy conservation choice problem is conceptualized as a portfolio choice problem. Many studies have attempted to analyze the effect of travel patterns and transportation system design on traveler behavior and thereby on transport emissions
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Considering the global energy shortage, the improvement of energy efficiency is one of the most important tasks in China’s urban passenger transport. But what is the potential improvement and what policies are needed in the next two decades for it. Based on the current situation in China, this paper introduces a methodology and a simple model based on it to calculate the future energy de-mand in the urban passenger transport. The energy demand scenario analysis is used to analyse the different energy demand and the efficiency changes.
In this paper, we built a Beijing urban passenger transport carbon model, including an economy subsystem, population subsystem, transport subsystem, and energy consumption and CO2 emissions subsystem using System Dynamics. In this paper, we built a Beijing urban passenger transport carbon model, including an economy subsystem, population subsystem, transport subsystem, and energy consumption and CO2 emissions subsystem using System Dynamics.
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