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|Title:||Energy consumption and CO2 emissions of the European glass industry|
|Authors:||SCHMITZ ANDREAS; KAMINSKI Jacek; SCALET Bianca Maria; SORIA RAMIREZ Antonio|
|Citation:||ENERGY POLICY vol. 39 no. 1 p. 142-155|
|Publisher:||ELSEVIER SCI LTD|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||An in-depth analysis of the energy consumption and CO2 emissions of the European glass industry is presented. The analysis is based on data of the EU ETS for the period 2005¿2007 (Phase I). The scope of this study comprises the European glass industry as a whole and its seven subsectors. The analysis is based on an assignment of the glass installations (ca. 450) within the EU ETS to the corresponding subsectors and an adequate matching of the respective production volumes. A result is the assessment of the overall final energy consumption (fuel, electricity) as well as the overall CO2 emissions (process, combustion and indirect emissions) of the glass industry and its subsectors in the EU25/27. Moreover, figures on fuel mix as well as fuel intensity and CO2 emissions intensity (i.e. carbon intensity) are presented for each of the subsectors on aggregated levels and for selected EU Member States separately. The average intensity of fuel consumption and direct CO2 emissions of the EU25 glass industry decreased from 2005 to 2007 by about 4% and amounted in 2007 to 7.8 GJ and 0.57 tCO2 per tonne of saleable product, respectively. The economic energy intensity was evaluated with 0.46 toe/1000¿ (EU27).|
|JRC Institute:||Growth and Innovation|
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