By Alfons Oude, Lansink
This ebook includes updated experiences at the economics of sustainable strength in agriculture. The reports specialize in strength potency development and using biomass. particular consciousness is paid to the industrial elements of land use and the contest for land, either for nutrition creation and committed strength plants. The booklet may be of certain curiosity to economists, agronomists, strength specialists, and politicians that take care of power matters in agriculture, either in constructing and industrialised international locations. The e-book is proper if you have an interest within the subject of world warming and carbon sequestration, and the transition in the direction of carbon-free power assets.
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The Dutch glasshouse industry is traditionally an important user of energy, accounting for 4% of total emissions in the Netherlands. In order to reduce the use of energy and related emissions, the Dutch government and the glasshouse industry made a covenant aiming at improving the energy efficiency by 65% in 2010 compared to the level in 1980 (Stuurgroep Landbouw en Milieu 2000). Firm operators also have an incentive for reducing energy use, since energy is a major determinant of profitability on glasshouse firms, accounting for approximately 33% of variable costs on glasshouse firms.
The use of energy lies behind much of the increase in agricultural output in recent times, and there is a growing literature on energy usage in agriculture. Although the importance of energy and energy based consumption in developed agricultures is recognised, little systematic evidence on the use of energy inputs in EU agriculture and or international comparisons with respect to input demands and intensities have been presented so far. Previous studies show substantial differences in the growth of energy use among countries, or even in a given country.
Millan 1. INTRODUCTION There are two seemingly separate strings of studies concerning sector energy use: the intensity approach and the demand approach. Both kinds of studies indicate substantial differences in the growth of energy inputs between countries and within countries for different time periods. In this chapter, a suggestion is made about how to link the intensity and the demand approaches, estimating globally well-behaved technology in intensity form (input to output ratio). The empirical part of the chapter is the comparison of the results from the estimation of intensities for the agricultural sectors of the EU countries in the 1974-96 period, according to the demand approach.
Economics of Sustainable Energy in Agriculture (Economy & Environment) by Alfons Oude, Lansink