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Warunki przejścia gospodarki na odnawialne źródła energii

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  • Maciej Malaczewski
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    Stopniowe wyczerpywanie się nieodnawialnych zasobów naturalnych jest faktem, gdyż służą one w procesie produkcji nie tylko jako materiał, ale także jako główne źródło energii. Celem artykułu jest dokonanie analizy zagadnienia całkowitego przejścia gospodarki na odnawialne źródła energii. Analizy dokonano za pomocą skonstruowanego prostego modelu matematycznego gospodarki, uwzględniającego komplementarność energii i kapitału fizycznego, w którym decyzję o przejściu na odnawialne źródła energii traktujemy jedynie jako decyzję polityki gospodarczej. Wyznaczono warunki konieczne, które gospodarka musi spełnić, by w ustalonym momencie w przyszłości móc zrezygnować z nieodnawialnych źródeł energii. Do warunków tych należą- odpowiedni poziom preferencji proeokologicznych społeczeństwa, niska energochłonność używanego kapitału fizycznego, dostateczne zapasy zasobów naturalnych będących źródłem energii. Określono wpływ poszczególnych aspektów makroekonomicznych na realizację zamierzonej polityki gospodarczej. Artykuł ma charakter teoretyczny.

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    Volume (Year): (2017)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 33-51

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