A STATE ENERGY MANAGEMENT PLAN FOR NORTH CAROLINA. PHASE I: A QUANTITATIVE DESCRIPTION OF THE CURRENT SITUATION AND ANALYSIS OF THE DETERMINANTS AND CONSEQUENCES OF FUTURE ENERGY USE
Providing enough energy from various sources for the future requires immediate action to set objectives, develop policies, devise plans, establish budgets, and implement programs. These objectives, policies, and plans should be based upon a realistic view of the future. Such a view is especially relevant to energy planning because of the long gestation period of energy-providing capital expenditures, shifts in the demand for energy sources, and changing understanding of, and values about, the environment. This study develops a basic requirements scenario related to projected socio-economic growth in North Carolina, assuming current trends in energy use patterns.
North Carolina State Department of AdministrationState Planning Division
Raleigh, NC USA
Department of Housing and Urban Development451 7th Street, SW
Washington, DC USA 20410
Research Triangle InstituteP.O. Box 12194
Research Triangle Pk, NC USA 27709
- Publication Date: 1974-6
- Pagination: 224 p.
- TRT Terms: Coal; Commercial buildings; Consumption rates; Crude oil; Diesel fuels; Distillates; Dwellings; Electricity; Energy; Energy consumption; Energy resources; Forecasting; Fuel consumption; Gasoline; Industrial plants; Liquefied petroleum gas; Natural gas; Natural resources; Nuclear energy; Planning; Policy; Production; Residual oils; Socioeconomic factors; State government; Supply; Transportation
- Geographic Terms: North Carolina
- Old TRIS Terms: Future policies; Supplying
- Subject Areas: Administration and Management; Economics; Energy; Geotechnology; Materials; Planning and Forecasting; Policy; Society; Transportation (General);
- Accession Number: 00091173
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: Final Rpt.
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Jun 26 1975 12:00AM