Issue 1 (March)

Vol. 2 (2024), ETE

3 articles

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Open Access Journal Article
Analyzing the Effects of Renewable and Non-renewable Energy Consumption on the Environment and Economic Growth: Panel Data from South Asian Countries
by Muhammad Ali Husnain , Ping Guo , Guoqin Pan , Muhammad Kamran Bhatti  and  Rabia Islam
ETE  2024, 6; 2(1), 6; 10.58567/ete02010001 - 15 March 2024
The primary goal of this research is to examine how different types of energy are used in South Asian countries and how they affect the environment and economic growth. From 1990 through 2021, this research employed Panel Data from multiple sources covering the South Asian countries of Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, Maldives, and Afghanistan. The results [...] Read more

Open Access Journal Article
Assessing the long-term impact of macroeconomic and environment dynamics: Does sustainable energy production shape the environmental landscape of south ASIAN nations?
by Umra Waris  and  Pallavi Sri
ETE  2024, 7; 2(1), 7; 10.58567/ete02010002 - 15 March 2024
This study delves into the intricate interconnections among the financial sector, macroeconomic dynamics, and the advancement of sustainable energy production in South Asia. Utilizing data from 1987 to 2022 in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, the research employs the Structural Vector Autoregressive (SVAR) method to analyze financial market responses. The findings re [...] Read more

Open Access Journal Article
Renewable green oil as a low-cost option for large-scale, long duration energy storage to produce on-demand electricity
by Ajit Sapre  and  Amit Gawade
ETE  2024, 8; 2(1), 8; 10.58567/ete02010003 - 15 March 2024
The rapid growth of renewable solar and wind energy necessitates extensive, long-term energy storage solutions to stabilize the electric grid and address the intermittent nature of these sources. In the absence of cost-effective long-duration, large-scale (LDLS) energy storage, there is a risk of increased disruptive blackouts and brownouts as intermittent energy sources approa [...] Read more
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