Renewables are to be the fastest growing, accounting for 11to16 percent of the total primary energy supply by 2030.
What does TPES stand for?
TPES stands for Total Primary Energy Supply
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We have 5 other meanings of TPES in our Acronym Attic
- Transition Program Execution Plan
- Trusted Product Evaluation Program (National Computer Security Center)
- Threshold Photoelectron-Photoion Coincidence
- Theatre Provided Equipment Refurbishment
- Thermoplastic Elastomeric Rubber
- Time to Peak Ejection Rate (ventricles)
- Total Primary Energy Requirement
- Tool Performance (oil industry)
- Takoma Park Elementary School (Takoma, MD)
- The Patterns of English Spelling (resource book; several volumes)
- Training Performance Evaluation Subsystem
- The Power Electronics Field Test Facility
- Triangle Pet Emergency Treatment Service (Durham, NC)
- Technology Panel for Electronic Warfare
- Tellurite Polymyxin Egg Yolk
- Tactical Patrol Force (New York Police Department)
- Tactical Police Force (various locations)
- Tactical, Practical & Fantastical (forum; Canada)
- Tall People Friendly
- Taper Per Foot
Samples in periodicals archive:
Restricting energy imports and total primary energy supply are the two direct policy options used for the improvement of energy security.
The Energy Statistics report found that the region consumed 34% of the worlds total primary energy supply in 2006.
[GRAPHIC OMITTED] Composition of Total Primary Energy Supply, 2006 Nuclear 5% Hydro 6% Other (includes biomass and waste combustion, geothermal, and wind) 11% Natural Gas 21% Coal 25% Oil 32% Total=12.
2), and now the share of wood fuels in total primary energy supply has stabilized on the level of 11% and peat on 2% [4, 5].
5% of total primary energy supply (TPES); and of this two-thirds have been hydro and one third in other renewables.