Life cycle assessment of prospective energy scenarios for 2030 in an insular context: Guadeloupe case study

Abstract : World energy consumption has approximately increased by a factor of 20 in the last century 1. Conventional energy technologies, which used to constitute the main supply to satisfy this demand, are now facing significant limitations 2. Besides depletion problems, rising concerns over their adverse effects on the environment are stimulating the transition towards cleaner renewable sources 2,3. Although renewable technologies are in general linked to lower environmental impacts than fossil sources during their utilization phase, material and energy requirements in
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Paula Perez-Lopez, Romain Besseau, Mathilde Marchand, Fredéric Amblard, Isabelle Blanc. Life cycle assessment of prospective energy scenarios for 2030 in an insular context: Guadeloupe case study. Life Cycle Management Conference 2017, Sep 2017, Luxembourg, Luxembourg. ⟨hal-01686058⟩

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