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Canada: 1990

Canada: price

United States:

scenario for price developments

Canada: price scenario

United States:

scenario for price developments

Canada: price

United States: 1995

Canada:1990

United States: 1997

Canada: 1990

a Industrial energy efficiency potentials in the United States reflect an estimated penetration potential under different conditions based on the Interlaboratory Working Group on Energy Efficient and Low-Carbon Technologies (1997). There are no separate estimates available for the economic potential. The economic potential under business-as-usual fuel price developments is estimated at 7 percent in energy-intensive industries and 16 percent in light industries.

b The Inter-Laboratory Working Group study (1997) used price scenarios for 1997-2010 to estimate the potential for energy efficiency improvement, based on the Annual Energy Outlook 1997 scenario (EIA, 1996). The scenario assumes a 1.2 percent annual increase in oil prices from 1997 levels.

c For comparison; in 2010 light fuel oil price are $6-8 a gigajoule at the 1999 exchange rate (Jaccard and Willis Energy Services, 1996).

Source: From UNDP (United Nations Development Programme), World energy assessment: Energy and the challenge of sustainability, New York, 2004.

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