THE ‘SOFT’ IMPORTANCE OF ENERGY MODELLING TOOLS AND THEIR ABSENCE IN ALBANIA’S DELIVERY STRATEGY OF ENERGY SYSTEM
Published: 29 May 2015
Abstract: Energy is essential for all human activities, and its availability is critical to economic and social development. Energy is the engine for the production of goods and services across all economic sectors. Lack of energy is a contributing factor to the poverty of individuals, communities, nations and regions. Energy mix visions and strategies are determining an important part of our world’s future prosperity and welfare. Choices made now are important for future generations. Energy trend forecasting, scenarios and system analysis have matured into powerful modelling tools for providing advice on optimizing our future energy solutions. The choice of the model and its effectiveness for developing energy supply strategies critically depend on the underlying vision for achieving a future energy mix. Knowledge advancement and exchange are more important than ever before, because this will stimulate and optimize the vision sharing and further the integration of today’s diverse energy strategies. In this regard, in Albania there is an absence in applying this tools. This article aims to demonstrate the vital importance of this tools to create a sustainable future, moreover in Albania where the energy sector is facing financial and management difficulties and lack of vision.
Keywords: energy, energy models, tools, sustainable energy, energy sector, energy strategy
Cite this article: Arber Qystri, Marpol Koço. THE ‘SOFT’ IMPORTANCE OF ENERGY MODELLING TOOLS AND THEIR ABSENCE IN ALBANIA’S DELIVERY STRATEGY OF ENERGY SYSTEM. Journal of International Scientific Publications: Materials, Methods & Technologies 9, 148-154 (2015). https://www.scientific-publications.net/en/article/1000761/
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