Impact of Post-Industrial Processes on the World Power Engineering and CO2 Emissions

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Impact of Post-Industrial Processes on the World Power Engineering and CO2 EmissionsImpact of Post-Industrial Processes on the World Power Engineering and CO2 Emissions

Transition to the postindustrial phase of the economic development is characterized by saturation in dependence of energy consumption from economic growth. Maximum of global energy use equal to 25–30 G toe and twofold of the current level is expected in the middle of the century. Perspectives of CO2 emission limitation by the level determined by the UN Paris climate agreement are analyzed by transformation of global energy sources.

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