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|Title:||China's energy security: The perspective of energy users|
|Authors:||Bambawale, M.J. |
Security of supply
|Source:||Bambawale, M.J., Sovacool, B.K. (2011-05). China's energy security: The perspective of energy users. Applied Energy 88 (5) : 1949-1956. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.apenergy.2010.12.016|
|Abstract:||The article explores the energy security concerns faced by China from the point of view of energy users working in government, university, civil society and business sectors. The authors first derive a set of seven hypotheses related to Chinese energy security drawn from a review of the recent academic literature. We then explain each of these seven hypotheses, relating to (1) security of energy supply, (2) geopolitics, (3) climate change, (4) decentralization, (5) energy efficiency, (6) research and innovation of new energy technologies, and (7) self sufficiency and trade. Lastly, the article tests these hypotheses through a survey distributed in English and Mandarin completed by 312 Chinese participants. The conclusion presents insights for policymakers and energy scholars. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd.|
|Source Title:||Applied Energy|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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