Countries like US and China are taking more energy yearly compared to Denmark, U.K.etc. for a product manufacturing or service extending.
Energy intensity is measured in kilogram oil equivalent per $ US GDP for any country. Denmark took 0.13 kgoe/$ GDP in year 2003 and India at 0.16 kgoe/$ GDP. At that time US took 0.23 kgoe/ $ US GDP. The data has been taken fromwww.iea.orgwhich in turn they get from World Bank and IMF.
Energy conservation is one of the methods to minimize excess energy spending. Even for 2011 year US took 0.18 kgoe/$ US GDP against U.K and Denmark have the energy intensities at 0.10 kgoe/$ US GDP. The energy taken by US in 2011 is 80% more. Minimize the wastage and energy equivalent will come down from 2191 million ton oil equivalent.
Category of the action
Reducing emissions from electric power sector.
What actions do you propose?
Who will take these actions?
Central and State governments are to be made involvement.
Leading N.G.Os should be explained from Government first so that later they can bring to down level.
Business people through their bills to customers after purchasing goods.
Active individuals by seminars etc.
News papers etc
Where will these actions be taken?
Most of the countries have more energy intensity even in G-20 countries.These account for 70% of world GDP. Except U.K, Germany, Italy and France all other countries are taking more energy. Energy conservation is one of the measures.
How much will emissions be reduced or sequestered vs. business as usual levels?
What are other key benefits?
What are the proposal’s costs?
No negative side effects of the proposal.
Publicity cost has to be born by the government for speedy results.
The proposal is for short time only. Later people will follow.
I welcome Climate Colab for this project with MIT, Boston.
You can view the people feelings across the globe.
All the best can be implemented.
My website,www.energyconservationworld.comstarted in 2008 six years back.
I had a reply mail from US President,Mr.Obama in Aug 2011 while having correspondence on excess energy.