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DOI10.1016/j.enpol.2019.111162
A detailed review on current status of energy efficiency improvement in the Swiss industry sector
Zuberi M.J.S.; Santoro M.; Eberle A.; Bhadbhade N.; Sulzer S.; Wellig B.; Patel M.K.
Date Issued2020
ISSN0301-4215
Volume137
Other AbstractWhile quantitative methods for tracking the evolution of energy efficiency (EE) in industry do exist, these cannot always be directly applied, mainly due to lack of data on physical activity levels, as encountered in Switzerland. Therefore, a bottom-up method is developed and tested for estimating the sectoral physical activity levels in Switzerland. On this basis, sector-specific EE indices are determined. The results show that during the period 2009–2016, EE improved most in the paper sector (3.3% p.a.), followed by minerals (2.3% p.a.) and food (1.6% p.a.) sectors while the levels have remained approximately unchanged in chemical and metal sectors. Furthermore, the annual change in final energy demand was decomposed into changes of physical production, price levels and EE. The analysis concluded that only the food sector performed well according to all performance indicators. The detailed analysis of the Swiss target agreements’ data has revealed major final energy savings in chemical and food sectors during the period 2000–2016. Among the different categories of EE measures, process related measures have proven to yield the highest energy savings across all sectors. The results indicate the successful implementation of EE measures in Swiss industry, favored by the relatively strict Swiss regulatory framework and its target agreement mechanism. © 2019 Elsevier Ltd
enkeywordsEnergy efficiency index; Energy efficiency targets; Industry; Physical activity levels; Switzerland
Subject AreaChemical analysis; Industry; Bottom up methods; Energy efficiency improvements; Performance indicators; Physical activity levels; Quantitative method; Regulatory frameworks; Swiss industry; Switzerland; Energy efficiency; demand-side management; energy conservation; energy efficiency; energy market; energy policy; physical activity; policy implementation; regulatory framework; Switzerland
Language英语
scopus keywordsChemical analysis; Industry; Bottom up methods; Energy efficiency improvements; Performance indicators; Physical activity levels; Quantitative method; Regulatory frameworks; Swiss industry; Switzerland; Energy efficiency; demand-side management; energy conservation; energy efficiency; energy market; energy policy; physical activity; policy implementation; regulatory framework; Switzerland
journalEnergy Policy
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://gcip.llas.ac.cn/handle/2XKMVOVA/118149
AffiliationChair for Energy Efficiency, Institute for Environmental Sciences and Forel Institute, University of Geneva (UNIGE), Uni Carl-Vogt, Genève, 1205, Switzerland; Lucerne School of Engineering and Architecture, Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts (HSLU), Technikumstrasse 21, Horw, 6048, Switzerland; Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW), Institute of Sustainable Development, School of Engineering, Winterthur, 8401, Switzerland
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Zuberi M.J.S.,Santoro M.,Eberle A.,et al. A detailed review on current status of energy efficiency improvement in the Swiss industry sector[J],2020,137.
APA Zuberi M.J.S..,Santoro M..,Eberle A..,Bhadbhade N..,Sulzer S..,...&Patel M.K..(2020).A detailed review on current status of energy efficiency improvement in the Swiss industry sector.Energy Policy,137.
MLA Zuberi M.J.S.,et al."A detailed review on current status of energy efficiency improvement in the Swiss industry sector".Energy Policy 137(2020).
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