Economic analysis of end-use energy intensity in Australia
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As part of the Bureau of Resources and Energy Economics (BREE's) on-going work on energy in Australia, the Economic Analysis of End-use Energy Intensity in Australia provides trends of energy consumption, energy intensity and factors underlying these trends (activity, structural and energy efficiency changes) over the period 1989–90 to 2009–10.
The results are analysed for the six economic segments of the economy: the manufacturing, services, mining, agricultural, transport and residential sectors. Where data is available, sub-sector analyses are undertaken to assess the causal determinants on changes in energy intensity from 1989–90 to 2009–10.
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