The challenge of energy security. Case study: Romania
Florina Bran (),
Ildiko Ioan () and
Carmen Radulescu ()
RIVISTA DI STUDI SULLA SOSTENIBILITA', 2012, vol. II, issue suppl. 2, 101-111
In current conditions, the energy security is a global challenge that creates gaps between the main world economies and perpetuates systemic risks that are causing direct effects on world stability. Energy plays a key role in modern society and is a vital component for achieving sustainable economic development. In this context, we are analyzing the interplays among energy security, competitiveness and sustainability. We raise the attention regarding the question of competitive aspects of finite energy resources, in terms of finding alternative sources for funding for investments in environmental technologies, biofuels, wind etc. The generic relationship is further detailed by considering the particular case of Romania.
Keywords: Energy security; sustainability; competitiveness; renewable energy; Romania (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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