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2011 (Vol. 3, Issue: 6)
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The Characteristics of CO2 Emission based on the Structure of Energy Consumption - A Case Study in Ningbo, China

Linjian Chen, Mei Liu, Pei Shi and Pingsha Huang
Corresponding Author:  Pingsha Huang 

Key words:  Carbon dioxide, coal, emission characteristic, energy, integrated energy consumption, ,
Vol. 3 , (6): 645-654
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2011 May, 07 2011 June, 10 2011 November, 10
Abstract:

In this study the total coal consumption changed in recent years and the data on energy consumptions of different type energy resources were collected and analyzed. The CO2 emissions from different main industrial sectors and in different districts were calculated based on the data in Ningbo in 2007. According to the calculation results the CO2 emissions patterns and characteristics were studied. Research results showed that the unprocessed coal was the main energy resource consumed in Ningbo and the total CO2 emission from Ningbo’s main enterprises in 2007 was almost 5 times compared with in 2000. The consumption of the unprocessed coal was mainly consumed at Beilun District among 11 districts in Ningbo and Beilun was the most serious emission region with 44.06% proportion of total CO2 emitted from the main pollution enterprise. In terms of the relationship between CO2 emission and industrial sector, the CO2 emission mainly from Production and Supply of Electric Power and Heat Power, reached 66.90%, followed by Processing of Petroleum, Coking, Processing of Nuclear Fuel. In addition, other factors affected on the CO2 emission were discussed and the relative suggestions for controlling the CO2 emission in Ningbo were provided as well.
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Linjian Chen, Mei Liu, Pei Shi and Pingsha Huang, 2011. The Characteristics of CO2 Emission based on the Structure of Energy Consumption - A Case Study in Ningbo, China.  Research Journal of Environmental and Earth Sciences, 3(6): 645-654.
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