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Author Science and Technology Policy Institute (Rand Corporation)
Title E-vision 2000 : key issues that will shape our energy future : analyses and papers prepared for the E-vision 2000 conference / Science and Technology Policy Institute
Imprint Santa Monica, CA : Rand, [2001]
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 Euro-Am Studies Lib  333.79 Sci272ev 2001an    AVAILABLE    30500100209611
Descript vi, 384 pages : illustrations, charts ; 28 cm
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Series MR / Rand Corporation ; CF-170/1-1/DOE
MR (Series) ; CF-170/1-1-DOE
Note Cover title
"CF-170/1-1-DOE"--Page 4 of cover
"Prepared for the Department of Energy, June 2001."
Research conducted by RAND's Science and Technology Policy Institute. ENG-9812731
Information technology impacts on the U.S. energy demand profile / Brad Allenby and Darian Unger -- Competitive electricity markets and innovative technologies: hourly pricing can pave the way for the introduction of technology and innovation / William L. Reed -- Raising the speed limit: U.S. economic growth in the information age / Dale W. Jorgenson and Kevin J. Stiroh -- The internet and the new energy economy / Joseph Romm -- Power for a digital society / Kurt Yeager and Karl Stahlkopf -- Health and productivity gains from better indoor environments and their implications for the U.S. Department of Energy / William J. Fisk -- The urban structure and personal travel: and analysis of Portland, or data and some national and international data / T. Keith Lawton
Enhancing productivity while reducing energy use in buildings / David P. Wyon -- Promoting renewable energy and demand-side management through emissions trading program design / Jack Cogen and Matthew Varilek -- On the road again : in the car of the future / Josephine Cooper -- Energy R & D policy in a changing global environment / Charles K. Ebinger -- Taking the time to ask the right questions or, CSTRR: a case study with attitude / Rose McKinney-James -- Distributed generation architecture and control / Robert C. Sonderegger -- Scenario analysis / Richard Silberglitt and Anders Hove -- Delphi analysis / James Dewar
"This report documents an initiative by the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to identify and assess a range of emerging issues that may affect future energy use and supply. It summarizes the issues raised and suggestions made for future research by the participants in and attendees of a conference called E-Vision 2000, held October 11-13, 2000 in Washington, D.C., including presentation of invited papers. RAND played the roles of conference convener, organizer, and integrator and compiled summaries of issues and comments. This volume presents supplementary materials conference papers and additional analyses developed for the conference."--Rand abstracts
Link Online version: Science and Technology Policy Institute (Rand Corporation). E-vision 2000. Santa Monica, CA : Rand, [2001] (OCoLC)608394420
Online version: Science and Technology Policy Institute (Rand Corporation). E-vision 2000. Santa Monica, CA : Rand, [2001] (OCoLC)623614397
Subject Power resources -- Forecasting -- Congresses
Energy consumption -- Forecasting -- Congresses
Information technology -- Forecasting -- Congresses
Industrial productivity -- Forecasting -- Congresses
Information technology -- Economic aspects -- United States -- Congresses
Alt Author Rand Corporation
Science and Technology Policy Institute (Rand Corporation)
E-Vision 2000 (2000 : Washington, D.C.)
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