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Diffusion of energy-efficient technologies in industry

Shin-yi Hsu

Diffusion of energy-efficient technologies in industry

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Energy .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Other titlesState University of New York at Binghamton.
StatementShin-yi Hsu.
The Physical Object
Pagination261 p., appendices. $10.75 C.1.
Number of Pages261
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17585496M

Promoting energy efficiency in industries: technologies and case-studies CTCN Regional Forum for NDEs Prosanto Pal Energy efficient equipment Adoption of energy-efficient options Process technologies industry Actual plant measurements/data are taken wherever. With the increase of dairy industries, to control cost and make it sustainable, it is necessary to adopt new energy-efficient and eco-friendly technologies. In new technologies, membrane separation is an emerging technology with suitable properties for dairy products in which solution is passed through a membrane of microscopic pores and Cited by: 1. available energy efficient technologies to be adopted are discussed. 9,23, GWh during growth rate of about %. Index Terms- Energy consumption, Energy efficiency, Energy saving technologies and Electrical system design. and 51, GWh. Out of this 7,59, GWh was I. INTRODUCTION.


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Diffusion of energy-efficient technologies in industry by Shin-yi Hsu Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. The diffusion of energy-efficient technologies in industry. [Shin-yi Hsu; United States. Department of Energy.; State University of New York at.

In this contribution the authors try to integrate different partial explanations for the diffusion of energy-saving technologies in industry and the built environment into one conceptual framework.

This paper aims to study the diffusion of key energy efficient technologies in the steel industry and their impact on energy intensity. We evaluate whether the diffusion of energy efficient technologies follow an s-shaped curve, as proposed by Tarde.

We selected six technologies and collected data to derive their diffusion since their Cited by: analysis of emerging energy-efficient technologies for industry, focusing on over 50 selected technologies. The technologies are characterized with respect to energ y efficiency, economics. Downloadable (with restrictions).

We try to understand the role of technological change and diffusion of energy efficient technologies in order to explain the trend of energy intensity developments in the German steel industry.

We selected six key energy efficient technologies and collected data to derive their diffusion since their introduction in Germany. relating industry composition, changes in economic conditions, characteristics of the local commercial property market, and the presence of human capital, to the cross-sectional variation in energy-efficient building technologies and the diffusion of those technologies over time.

Understanding the determinants and the rate at which energy. The average annual rate of growth of energy in the U.S. industrial sector is projected to be percent out towhile CO 2 emissions from U.S.

industry are projected to increase more slowly, at percent annually (EIA, ). These low rates are due partly to the presumed introduction of energy-efficient technologies and practices in.

analysis of emerging energy-efficient technologies for industry, focusing on over 50 selected technologies. The technologies are characterized with respect to energy efficiency, economics and environmental performance. This paper provides an overview of the results, demonstrating that we are not running out ofFile Size: KB.

Airplane fuel efficiency development and diffusion: Natural diffusion process (lock-in), impact of GDPpc Fuel prices, own resources, subsidies and taxes Trade and other factors Long-term demand development 13 We quantify the impact of GDP, trade, own resources, fuel prices and subsides (etc.) on the adoption/diffusion of efficient.

Blok K., de Groot H.L.F., Luiten E.E.M., Rietbergen M.G. () Policy Instruments for Technology Adoption: A Model for Analysing the Diffusion of Energy-Efficient Technologies.

In: The Effectiveness of Policy Instruments for Energy-Efficiency Improvement in Firms. Diffusion of energy-efficient technologies in industry book in Industry and Science, vol Springer, DordrechtAuthor: Kornelis Blok, Henri L. de Groot, Esther E.

Luiten, Martijn G. Rietbergen. variation in energy-efficient building technologies and the diffusion of those technologies over time. Understanding the determinants and the rate at which energy-efficient building practices diffuse is important for designing policies to affect resource consumption in the built environment.

Highlights We analyze energy efficiency potentials in the German paper industry. 17 specific process technologies are analyzed using a bottom-up approach. We find energy saving potential of 21% for fuels and 16% for electricity by The resulting annual CO 2 mitigation amounts to about 3 Mt CO 2-eq.

The larger part of this potential is cost-effective from a firm by:   The paper aims at explaining why large-scale energy-intensive industries—here the German iron and steel industry—had a period of slow uptake of major energy-efficient technologies from the mid s to mid s (Arens and Worrell, ) and why from the mid s onwards these technologies are increasingly implemented again.

We analyze the underlying factors and Cited by: 7. Energy efficient technologies have become one of the sound business practices worldwide. Energy represents rapidly growing operating expenses in hospitality industry that can be optimized by using solutions based on hardware, software, and services through an integrated view into a.

The Building Technologies Office's (BTO) goal is to reduce the energy use intensity of U.S. buildings by 30% byrelative to BTO's Emerging Technologies (ET) Program is helping to meet this goal by enabling cost-effective, energy-efficient technologies to be.

A new mathematical approach to the diffusion of energy-efficient technologies is presented using the diffusion of natural processes as an analogy. This approach is applied to the diffusion of the electric arc furnace in Japan. The main advantage offered by the new approach is the incorporation of an average effect of barriers to, and support measures for, by: 1.

Antonopoulos, Chrissi Argyro, "Diffusion of Energy Efficient Technology in Commercial Buildings: An Analysis of the Commercial Building Partnerships Program" ().Dissertations and /etd industry composition, changes in economic conditions, characteristics of the local commercial property market, and the presence of human capital, to the cross-sectional variation in energy-efficient building technologies and the diffusion of those technologies over time.

Understanding the determinants and the rate at which energy-efficient building. Innovative technologies could significantly reduce energy consumption and save industry more than $ billion a year.

Our report, Greening the future: New technologies that could transform how industry uses energy, details 33 innovations that could help industry significantly improve energy use. These innovations span nine categories: advanced. technologies available and those actually in use is referred to as the ‘energy efficiency gap’.

Jaffe [4] sees energy efficiency from the perspective of use of energy efficient technologies. most energy efficient technologies available at some point in Fig. The Gradual S-shaped path of Technology Diffusion (Source: Jaffe ) Fig.

T he United States is the world’s largest consumer of energy. Init was responsible for some 20 percent of global primary energy consumption, while its closest competitor, China, used 15 percent (IEA, ).

But given the energy-security concerns over oil imports, recent volatility in energy prices, and the greenhouse gas emissions. "Diffusion of energy efficient technologies in the German steel industry and their impact on energy consumption," Energy, Elsevier, vol.

73(C), pages Fleiter, Tobias & Worrell, Ernst & Eichhammer, Wolfgang, The Department of Energy recently released its Quadrennial Technology Review (QTR), which assesses the status of existing technologies that can reduce energy.

The report notes that building energy use could be cut more than 20% by using technologies known to be cost effective.

The report, Energy Efficient Buildings Global Outlook, available for purchase from the Navigant Research Web site, analyzes the global market for energy efficient building products and services in nine key segments: HVAC, lighting, controls, water efficiency, water heating, building envelope, other, and commissioning and installation study provides an analysis of the market issues.

Alliance for an Energy Efficient Economy (AEEE) is an industry association that provides a common platform for energy efficiency stakeholders. Over a short period, since its formation inAEEE has carved out a niche as an advocate and think tank inFile Size: 1MB. Select energy-efficient motorswith a service factor, and design for operation at 85% of the rated motor load.

Electrical power problems,especially poor incoming power quality can affect the operation of energy-efficient motors. Energy Efficient Technologies in Electrical System Bureau of File Size: KB.

Energies, an international, peer-reviewed Open Access journal. Dear Colleagues, In its origins, the term Industry was associated with the computerization of manufacturing and with the diffusion of new network technologies in order to improve the communication paradigm.

An important next question is how these options can actually be deployed. More specifically, one may ask what role governments can play by using policy instruments to promote the deployment of energy efficient technologies.

In this introductory Chapter, we will first set out the aim of the research described in this book. Emerging Energy-Efficient Technologies for Industry Ernst Worrell, Nathan Martin, Lynn Price, Michael Ruth, Lawrence Berkeley National Lab.

Neal Elliott, Anna Shipley, Jennifer Thorn, American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy ABSTRACT U.S. industry consumes approximately 37% of the nation’s energy to produce 24% of the nation’s GDP. In future research we aim to model the diffusion of typical energy efficiency technologies in the building sector through agent based models calibrated with empirical data.

This research is conducted within the SCCER FEEB&D (Swiss Competence Center for Energy. Resources. Joint Industry Statement on Electronic Displays (Decem ).

RILA & ITI State Clean Energy Procurement Index January (Janu ). RILA & ITI State Clean Energy Procurement Index January ranking, for the first time, the ease at which tech and retail companies can procure clean energy by state.

Factors that affect diffusion of energy efficiency technologies - demonstration projects *Average project size: approx. US$ 10 million for years ¾The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry has implemented 36 projects since and contributed to the diffusion of energy efficiency technologies in the Asian region.

China. PEEC Director James Sweeney’s book, Energy Efficiency: Building a Clean, Secure Economy, describes how America has drastically changed the way it. Robert Pindyck in their book. As in the case of the investment decision, the adoption of new technology is characterized by 1) uncertainty over future profit streams, 2) irreversibility that creates at least some sunk costs, and 3) the opportunity to delay.

In recent decades, we’ve taken for granted the notion that as microprocessors become smaller, making computers cheaper and more powerful, they would also become more energy-efficient. InIntel co-founder Gordon Moore observed that the number of transistors per square inch on an integrated circuit had doubled every year since its invention.

The diffusion of new technologies is often slow because the initial incar nations of the underlying ideas ar e inefficient. Getting new technologies to operate at their full potential 4 This is chronicled in Mokyr ().

5 McPherson (, p. 16). 6 The classic sour ce is Landes (, pp. 99–), who quotes a. Technologies developed at Carnegie Mellon have the ability to enhance energy generation and the consumption of that energy in our buildings, transportation, industry, and our homes. Some of these technologies are just emerging from the university while others have already entered, or are on the cusp of entering, the marketplace.

These next. processes that foster the diffusion of pioneering energy efficient technologies in the building sector.

Psychological, managerial, and economic theories as well as the results of empirical investigations about antecedents of behavior choices will be synthesized into a simulation model for a middle-sized Swiss city. By the year50 billion “things” will be connected to the Internet, many of them related to the home.

As technology transforms the home into a dynamic, connected hub, wireless devices such as thermostats, alarm systems, and sensing systems will work together to improve energy efficiency.

Remodeling professionals can help homeowners navigate this rapidly evolving home technology trend. Diffusion Dryer. FMP Technology's diffusion dryers provide an energy-efficient, economical alternative to conventional convection dryers, which are currently in use. Convection dryers have been shown to use only 20% of their energy for drying, wasting 80%.

acceptance of new technologies and their intention to use. These included, but were not restricted to, the Theory of Diffusion of Innovations (DIT) (Rogers, ) that started inthe Theory of Task-technology fit (TTF) (Goodhue, and Thompson, ), the Theory of Reasonable Action.incentives for industry to develop more energy-efficient technology.

Whereas standards usually apply to appliances and equipment, regulations are more generally used in the construction and transportation sectors. Construction regulations focus on the building shell. @article{osti_, title = {Country Review of Energy-Efficiency Financial Incentives in the Residential Sector}, author = {Can, Stephane de la Rue du and Shah, Nihar and Phadke, Amol}, abstractNote = {A large variety of energy-efficiency policy measures exist.

Some are mandatory, some are informative, and some use financial incentives to promote diffusion of efficient equipment.