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Energy Flows in the

Economy
Dr. Shahid Imran
Department of Mechanical
Engineering (KSK Campus) U.E.T
Lahore

Some Facts to Chew

Yes!!!! The Developing


Countries

Need for Energy Data

Understanding the current energy statistics


Forecasting the energy demand
Energy Classification into domestic and non domestic uses
Developing energy determinants and developing decision matrix
Over all energy management

Develop, monitor and evaluate key policies (including the Green


Deal)
Identify energy efficiency potential which sits outside the current
policy framework;
Develop a greater understanding of the drivers of energy
consumption
Gain a deeper understanding of the impacts of energy efficiency
measures for households and businesses.

Energy Data Attributes and


Characteristics

Floor area
Number of bedrooms
Property type
Property age
Tenure
Household income
Number of adults
Region
Output Area Classification
Rural Urban Classification
Fuel poverty
Index of multiple deprivation

Energy Data Statistical


Mirrors

Mean
Standard deviation
5th percentile
10th percentile
Lower quartile
Median
Upper quartile
90th percentile
95th percentile

Components of Energy Data


Introduces the aims and goals of the Building
and Energy Data Framework
Description of the source datasets used in the
exploration
Theoretical support for the data models and
classifications being developed and protocols
for the generation and standardization of data
To ensure that these models and
classifications are consistent with the needs of
a range of users

Energy Classification
Primary energyis
anenergy form found in
nature that has not been
subjected to any
conversion or
transformation process.
It is energy contained in
rawfuels, and other
forms of energy received
as input to asystem.
Primary energy can
berenewable or non
renewable

Secondary energy
is the transformed
form of a primary
energy source
through a certain
conversion process
Electricity obtained
from various
sources

Primary Energy Global


Trends