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General Description/Approach and Methodology

  • Baldur Eliasson
  • Yam Y. Lee
  • Bingzhang Xue
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Part of the Alliance for Global Sustainability Bookseries book series (AGSB, volume 4)

Abstract

This chapter describes the approach and methodology developed by the organizers of CETP to organize and run an interdisciplinary program, including participants from industry, academia, and the stakeholder community, to analyze the environmental impacts of the generation of electricity in Shandong Province, China. The objective of the Program was to compare different combinations of technologies and policy to identify scenarios feasible for policy makers in Shandong concerned with mitigating the impacts of power generation on the environment and citizens of the region. Ultimately, the idea is to apply such a methodology to any region on earth.

Keywords

Life Cycle Assessment Shandong Province Electricity Demand Multi Criterion Decision Analysis Paul Scherrer Institute 
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References

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  • Baldur Eliasson
  • Yam Y. Lee
  • Bingzhang Xue

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