Although the energy headlines of 1985 proclaim the waning of OPEC, the collapse of oil prices, and the demise of the nuclear power industry, few policy analysts are examining the dynamic challenges and opportunities that may confront the electric power industry during the remainder of this century. In this pioneering work, Adela Maria Bolet attempts to do exactly this, namely, to reconcile the differences among forecasters as to the future of electricity demand in the industrial, commercial, and residential sectors.
Table of Contents
I. Electricity Demand Forecasting in the Industrial Sector II. Electricity Demand Forecasting in the Commercial Sector, III Electricity Demand Forecasting in the Residential Sector
Adela Maria Bolet is a research associate in the Energy and Strategic Resources Program at CSIS, holds a B.S. degree from the Georgetown University Honors Program in Humanities in International Relations and a postgraduate degree in International Law from the Diplomatic Academy of Vienna.