Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Energy Efficiency - A Bridge to Low Carbon Economy

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PublishedMarch 16th, 2012

Doi10.5772/2505

ISBN978-953-51-0340-0

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-6156-1

Copyright year2012

Number of pages358

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Open access peer-reviewed  chapters

1. Smart Energy Cities - Transition Towards a Low Carbon Society

By Zoran Morvaj, Luka Lugarić and Boran Morvaj

2,366
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2. Urban Complexity, Efficiency and Resilience

By Serge Salat and Loeiz Bourdic

2,967
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5. Energy Consumption Inequality and Human Development

By Qiaosheng Wu, Svetlana Maslyuk and Valerie Clulow

4,596
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8. Energy Consumption Improvement Through a Visualization Software

By Benoit Lange, Nancy Rodriguez and William Puech

2,803
1
9. Succeeding in Implementing Energy Efficiency in Buildings

By Mark Richard Wilby, Ana Belén Rodríguez González, Juan José Vinagre Díaz and Francisco Javier Atero Gómez

1,473
11. Criteria Assessment of Energy Carrier Systems Sustainability

By Pedro Dinis Gaspar, Rui Pedro Mendes and Luís Carrilho Gonçalves

2,409
12. The Need for Efficient Power Generation

By Richard Vesel and Robert Martinez

4,664
15. Recycling Hierarchical Control Strategy of Conventional Grids for Decentralized Power Supply Systems

By Egon Ortjohann, Worpong Sinsukthavorn, Max Lingemann, Nedzad Hamsic, Marius Hoppe, Paramet Wirasanti, Andreas Schmelter, Samer Jaloudi and Danny Morton

2,926
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