Study on Region Energy Allocation Under Carbon Emission Constraints: Base on Analysis of Carbon Pinch

Hong Yu; JunFeng Wang; Lei Hu
July 2014
Advanced Materials Research;2014, Vol. 977, p149
Academic Journal
Energy Supply and demand, and carbon emission constraints are the problems that must be considered in the process of rapid economic development by national and every province. Under the constraints of energy supply and demand, and carbon emissions, there has practical significance to rational allocate regional energy utilization. With carbon pinch method, this paper research the energy allocation of Tianjin, establish analysis model. Considering the overall and regional energy demand and carbon emission constraints, to determine the usage amount of every kind of fossil energy and clean energy, in order to achieve the best energy structure and optimal balance between energy supply and demand. To provide scientific evidence for local government to make reasonable energy supply and carbon emission constraint index.


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