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La intensidad energética en los sectores productivos en la UE-15 durante 1991 y 2005: ¿Es el caso español diferente?

  • Gustavo A. Marrero
  • Francisco J. Ramos-Real

Este trabajo estudia la evolución del índice de intensidad energética (IIE) de los principales sectores de actividad (primario, industria, construcción y servicios) en la UE-15 entre 1991 y 2005. Para cada país, realizamos una desagregación amplia de los sectores económicos y sus consumos respectivos de energía y descomponemos los cambios del IIE de los sectores productivos en sus componentes estructurales y de eficiencia tecnológica. En la comparativa, destacamos el caso español por varios motivos: es el país que ha registrado un mayor aumento del IIE; su aumento ha sido continuado; los aumentos han sido más importantes en el periodo 1997-2005 (post-Kyoto); los aumentos no se han debido a un motivo de cambio estructural de la actividad económica, si no a una pérdida de la eficiencia en el uso energético.

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Paper provided by FEDEA in its series Economic Reports with number 08-08.

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Date of creation: May 2008
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Handle: RePEc:fda:fdacee:08-08
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