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Emissions and interaction with heat, transport and gas

Emissions and interaction with heat, transport and gas

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Although emissions in North America and South and Central America fell by 2% and 2.4% in 2016, those in the Asia Pacific region increased by 0.9% as did those in the Middle East 1.6% and Africa 1.1%. This resulted in a net global increase of 0.1%. The emissions from the Asia Pacific region were almost equal to those of the rest of the world reflecting a dependency on coal. The US emissions at 1,925 MtCO2/year were less than those of China at 2,943 MtCO2/year. The United Kingdom had a target to reduce emissions from 247 MtCO2/year by 34% and has already exceeded this with levels of 112 MtCO2/year i.e. about 4% of those of China. Electricity production is responsible for 37% of the emissions in the USA compared to 34% in the United Kingdom. This reflects a continuing reliance on coal for electricity production in the USA.

Chapter Contents:

  • 13.1 Global energy utilisation and emissions
  • 13.2 Target emission reduction by sector
  • 13.3 Heat pumps
  • 13.4 District heating
  • 13.5 Electric vehicles
  • 13.6 Power to gas
  • 13.7 Combined heat and power
  • 13.8 Implications to electricity demand of meeting emission targets
  • 13.9 Integrated control of transport, heat and electricity
  • 13.10 Conclusions

Inspec keywords: carbon compounds; air pollution control

Other keywords: Asia Pacific region; coal; electricity production; North America emission; emission reduction; US emissions; South America emission; United Kingdom; Middle East; China; CO2; Central America emission

Subjects: Air quality and air pollution; Pollution detection and control; Atmosphere (environmental science)

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