A new strategy for energy

Durakbasa, Numan M.; Bas, Gökcen; Özkan, Zehra
June 2011
Management Services;Summer2011, Vol. 55 Issue 2, p28
Academic Journal
The article discusses the important role of energy in the strategy of all countries to gain an optimal balance of social, economical and environmental actions while sustaining continues improvement. It cites the actions taken to handle the challenges for global cooperation with the United Nations and the World Bank declaring the need of energy management commitment to reduce global energy intensity by 2.5% a year over the next 20 years. It points to a Communication published by the European Commission which emphasizes the need for improved efficiency and decreased energy consumption. It indicates a simulation tool that provides a road map for all organisations to develop the best-practice method of improving efficiency and bolstering quality of process.


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