Renewable Energy Consumption and Economic Growth
Fuinhas, José Alberto (editor)
Koengkan, Matheus (editor)
de Barros Santiago, Renato Filipe (editor)
This reprint explores the complex relationship between renewable energy consumption and economic growth. The reprint contains 14 papers covering a wide range of topics related to energy use efficiency in various countries and economic sectors. The articles include studies on adopting renewable energy sources, the impact of battery electric vehicles on greenhouse gas emissions in the European Union, the influence of philanthropy on eco-efficiency, and the impact of energy efficiency regulations on energy poverty. This reprint also includes studies on the race to zero emissions in MINT economies, the competitiveness of the cultural industry and its impact on Chinese economic growth, and the impact of education levels on the energy–growth–environment nexus. This reprint serves as a call to action for all stakeholders to contribute to the global energy transition by identifying and analyzing the effects of renewable energy consumption on economic growth. It inspires policymakers, researchers, and practitioners to embrace sustainable energy practices and support the development of measures that foster green growth. Therefore, this reprint provides important insights into energy use efficiency theories, methods, and diverse applications, making it a valuable resource for anyone interested in the future of energy and its impact on the global economy.
Keywordswood pellets; diffusion of innovation; forest products business; energy policy; qualitative interviews; industry leaders; wood economy; residential heating technology; battery electric vehicles; greenhouse gas emissions; energy consumption; method of moments quantile regression; European Union; economic complexity; export quality; ecological footprint; club convergence; panel quantile regression; environmental quality; corruption; income level; renewable energy; Africa; financial deepening; financial development; sustainable energy supply; domestic investment; autoregressive distributed lag model (ARDL); institutional quality; natural resources; economic growth; China; CCO2 emissions; disintegrated trade; MINT nations; foreign direct investment; bilateral trade; panel ARDL model; carbon dioxide emissions; energy efficiency; industrial structure; energy consumption structure; fsQCA; Chinese economic growth; competitiveness index; cultural industry; panel regression models; eco-efficiency; philanthropy; DEA; Stochastic Frontier; carbon emissions; education; environmental pollution; CO2 emissions; human capital; investment; sustainability; econometrics; empirical; energy economics; energy poverty; energy regulation; Lisbon; policies; Portugal; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2023