Greenhouse gases, energy production (fossil, renewable, nuclear), transformation, transportation or storage: the challenges of global energy transitions are many and varied. So much so that policy makers, economists or business leaders often tend to consider them individually. This book proposes an integrative approach to these energy transitions, taking into account all the dimensions of these issues. After making an inventory of current energy issues, he explains how all these aspects are closely related and why treating them independently will only lead to inefficient solutions. It then synthesizes them into a global strategy and then proposes an operational methodology to implement action plans, whether at local, national or international level.
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