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Journal of Energy in Southern Africa

versión On-line ISSN 2413-3051
versión impresa ISSN 1021-447X

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ZHANG, Ming; DAI, Shuang  y  SONG, Yan. Decomposition analysis of energy-related CO2 emissions in South Africa. J. energy South. Afr. [online]. 2015, vol.26, n.1, pp.67-73. ISSN 2413-3051.

South Africa has become one of the most developing countries in the world, and its economic growth has occurred along with rising energy-related CO2 emission levels. A deeper understanding of the driving forces governing energy-related CO2 emissions is very important in formulating future policies. The LMDI (Log Mean Divisia Index) method is used to analyse the contribution of the factors which influence energy-related CO2 emissions in South Africa over the period 1993-2011. The main conclusions drawn from the present study may be summarized as follows: the energy intensity effect plays the dominant role in decreasing of CO2 emission, followed by fossil energy structure effect and renewable energy structure effect; the economic activity is a critical factor in the growth of energy-related CO2 emission in South Africa.

Palabras clave : CO2 emission; LMDI method; South Africa.

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