Anjar Priandoyo

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Energy Demand Modelling in Developing Countries

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“Most of the existing energy demand models are incapable of reflecting the specific features of energy systems of developing countries” for example on informal sector, traditional energy and shortages of energy supply technology (Bhattacharyya and Timilsina 2010 ScienceDirect), World Bank, Bhattacharyya.

The concept of energy often amiguity, which make analysis and measurement can be confusing (Giampietro and Sorman, 2011)

Energy Demand Modelling in Household sectors shows that specific regional factors play a role in future energy use such as climatic conditions, accessibility to fuels and other regional preferences (Daioglou et al 2012)

Universal service that seeks to put more of the poor on the network will not be successful with untargeted residential monthly price subsidies (Garbacz and Thompson 2007)

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Januari 10, 2016 pada 12:06 pm

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