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### 闽台能源消费变化与驱动力对比研究

1. 福建师范大学地理研究所,福建, 福州 350007
• 收稿日期:2011-05-30 修回日期:2011-09-16 出版日期:2012-06-20 发布日期:2012-06-20
• 作者简介:

作者简介：王 强（1982-）,男,河北成安人,讲师,主要从事区域可持续发展与规划研究。E-mail：wangqiang_1102@126.com

• 基金资助:
福建省科技厅公益类科研院所专项项目（2011R1037-1 ）和国家基础科学人才培养基金（J0830521）资助

### A Comparative Analysis of Changes in Energy Consumption of Fujian and Taiwan and Their Driving Factors

Qiang WANG(), Shi-dai WU, Ting-ting LI, Ling-lin XU

1. Institute of Geography, Fujian Normal University, Fuzhou, Fujian 350007, China
• Received:2011-05-30 Revised:2011-09-16 Online:2012-06-20 Published:2012-06-20

Abstract:

In order to probe into the difference in energy consumption between regions in different developing period, the paper studies the changes in energy consumption of Fujian and Taiwan and their driving factors. The results indicate that: 1) The energy consumption gap between Fujian and Taiwan got greater then less, and Fujian consumed more energy than Taiwan for the first time in 2008. However, the energy efficiency of Taiwan grew by the mode of Power Function, which was far higher than Fujian. And the energy consumption stucture in Taiwan was more pluralistic. The share of clean and efficient energy in the final energy consumption accounted for over 80%. 2) The main driving factors of energy consumption change were roughly similar in both Fujian and Taiwan, but there were statistically differences between them. On the one hand, the change of energy consumption in Taiwan had more driving causes such as the proportion of tertiary industry and energy efficiency besides the same factors with Fujian. On the other hand, the ratio of spending on R&D to GDP, per capita GDP, the proportion of secondary industry and energy consumption had the opposite effects on the regions. The energy consumption in Fujian showed the trend of growth after driven by above factors, but Taiwan was in adverse. 3) Energy consumption of both regions was similarly affected by the consumption tradition, but the same factors had impacts differently in the two regions. In Fujian, the motorization influence was greatest, then followed by economic development and the rise of scientific-technological input, the proportion of secondary industry and population rising accounted for the least affect. In Taiwan, the motorization influence was most obvious, then the rise of scientific-technological input and energy efficiency took the second place, the population rising, economic development and industrial structural upgrade had the lowwest influence.

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