Assessment of Turkey's energy management performance via a hybrid multi-criteria decision-making methodology
Egemen Sulukan and
Energy, 2018, vol. 153, issue C, 890-912
Energy has been the major input for the national economies. While fossil-based energy resources are diminishing, researchers are focusing on alternative fuels and various technology options for conversion, distribution, and end user's operating environment processes. As the search for the alternative pathways for the “sustainable economy” idea continues, management factor is getting considerably important within each phase of energy generation and consumption.
Keywords: Energy management; Energy policy; Multi-criteria decision-making; Analytic hierarchy process; TOPSIS; VIKOR; Goal programming (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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