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Energy Consumption and GGP in the OECD Countries: A Causality Analysis

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FDI Inspired Energy Consumption in Selected Emerging Markets: Does Financial Development Matter?

References Abdouli, M. and Hammami, S. (2017), Exploring links between FDI inflows, energy consumption and economic growth: Further evidence from MENA countries , ‘Journal of Economic Development’, 42(1), 95–117. Abidin, I. S. Z., Haseeb, M., Azam, M. and Islam, R. (2015), Foreign direct investment, financial development, international trade and energy consumption: Panel data evidence from selected ASEAN countries , ‘International Journal of Energy Economics and Policy’, 5 (3), 841–850. Amri, F. (2016), The relationship amongst energy

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Export, Energy Consumption and Economic Growth Inter-Linkages: The Case of Lithuania

References Abbas, S., 2012. Causality between Exports and Economic Growth: Investigating Suitable Trade Policy for Pakistan. Eurasian Journal of Business and Economics, 5 (10), 91-98. Adewuyi, A., and Adeniyi, O., 2015. Trade and Consumption of Energy Varieties: Empirical Analysis of Selected West Africa Economies. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews, 47 , 354-366. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rser.2015.03.019 Ahmed, M., and Azam, M., 2016. Causal Nexus between Energy Consumption and Economic Growth for High, Middle and Low Income

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Primary Energy Consumption, CO2 Emissions and Economic Growth: Evidence from India

References Akarca, A. T., Long, T. V. 1980. On the relationship between energy and GNP: A reexamination. Journal of Energy and Development 5: 326-31. Altinay, G., Karagol, E. 2005. Electricity consumption and economic growth: Evidence from Turkey. Energy Economics 27: 849-56. Ang, J. B. 2007. CO 2 emissions, energy consumption and output in France. Energy Policy 35: 4772-4778. Ang, J. B. 2008. Economic development, pollutant emissions and energy

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Cloud Computing and Extreme Learning Machine for a Distributed Energy Consumption Forecasting in Equipment-Manufacturing Enterprises

Mechanism and Singular Spectrum Analysis to Forecast Energy Consumption India. – Energy, Vol. 35 , 2010, No 4, pp. 1709-1716. 14. Braun, M. R., H. Altan, S. B. M. Beck. Using Regression Analysis to Predict the Future Energy Consumption of a Supermarket in the UK Applied. – Energy, 2014, No 130, pp. 305-313. 15. Zhou, P., B. W. Ang, K. L. Poh. A Trigonometric Grey Prediction Approach to Forecasting Electricity Demand. – Energy, Vol. 31 , 2006, No 14, pp. 2839-2847. 16. Wu, Z., J. Xu. Predicting and Optimization of Energy Consumption Using System

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Energy Consumption as an Indicator of Hidden Economy: Comparative Analysis

be Influenced by Drastic Events: Case of Macedonia”, UTMS Journal of Economics, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp. 187-195. 12. Novkovska, B., Novkovski, N. (2018), “Energy consumption and hidden economy in Macedonia: causes and responses”, Journal of Policy Modelling, Vol. 40, No. 1, pp. 166-181. 13. Ott, K. (2003), “The unofficial economy in Croatia 1990-2000”, in Franičević, V., Kimura, H. (Eds.), Globalization, Democratization and Development: European and Japanese Views of Change in South East Europe, Masmedia, Zagreb. 14. Palić

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Energy Consumption of Rail Baltica Project: Regional Aspects of Environmental Impact

. & Gonzalez-Franco, I.(2013). Energy Consumption and Carbon Dioxide Emissions in Rail and Road Freight Transport in Spain: A Case Study of Car Carriers and Bulk Petrochemicals. [Accessed 07.12.2017]. Available from Internet: http://oa.upm.es/22486/1/INVE_MEM_2013_152479.pdf García Álvarez, A.(2013). Análisis sistemático del consumo energético en líneas ferroviarias metropolitanas, de cercanías y de alta velocidad, con valoración del impacto energético y del resultado económico, incluyendo el desarrollo y contraste de modelos y simuladores parametrizables (ELECRAIL

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Forecast of Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Energy Consumption in Industry Sectors in Thailand

Environmental Problems Priority Arising From the Use of Environmental and Natural Resources in Construction Material Sectors of Thailand. Advanced Engineering Forum 2015:14:76-85. doi: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/AEF.14.76 [10] Jovanovic R., Sretenovic A., Zivkovic B. Ensemble of various neural networks for prediction of heating energy consumption. Energy Build 2015:94:189-99. doi: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2015.02.052 [11] Barak S., Dahooie J. H., Tichy T. Wrapper ANFIS-ICA method to do stock market timing and feature selection on the basis of Japanese

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Energy Consumption Trends for Industry Segments in Northern Africa

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This article analyzes trends of the total final energy consumption in sectors of building materials, residential, and transport industry in Algeria. The total final energy by sector and type of fuel is analyzed. The evolution of the total energy intensity and the impact of energy consumption on the environment are discussed. Consumption per capita in Algeria is 1,058.0 kg of oil equivalent per person, while in Morocco, the country with almost the same number of inhabitants it is 458 Kgoe and in Tunisia it is 843 Kgoe. The total emission of gases is equal to 46 million Tons of CO2, with an average of 3 TECO2 / TOE.

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Analysis of Energy Consumption of the Visegrad Countries

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The utilization of renewable energy sources has an increasing role in the EU’s climate and energy policy. There are several reasons for increasing the use of renewable energy. The motives are the reduction of imported dependence on fossil fuels, mitigation of the adverse environmental impact of the energy sector and boosting of industrial development. The study provides a comprehensive overview on the structure and utilization of energy production of the Visegrad countries, focusing on the dependence on energy imports. The purpose of the article is to analyze the gross inland energy consumption of the Visegrad countries and to examine the relationship between renewables and non-renewable energy sources. In the course of the analysis, we tried to find out which non-renewable energy carrier is replaced by the renewables.

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