Overview of energy forecasting models - the possibility of applying the POLES forecasting model for Vietnam in the current context

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    Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Hanoi University of Mining and Geology, Vietnam

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  • Received: 26th-Aug-2020
  • Revised: 3rd-Oct-2020
  • Accepted: 31st-Oct-2020
  • Online: 31st-Oct-2020
Pages: 118 - 124
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Abstract:

Energy plays a very important role in the development of a country in many aspects of economic, social, environmental to security and defense. Correct forecasting of energy demand will make an important contribution to the implementation of energy, socio-economic and environmental policies and ensure the sustainable development of the country. Therefore, the selection of an appropriate energy forecasting model will play an important role in setting appropriate strategies and policies in the future. This article will synthesize energy forecasting models in the world, in-depth exploration of the POLES model and consider its applicability in energy forecasting in Vietnam.

How to Cite
Le, T.Minh 2020. Overview of energy forecasting models - the possibility of applying the POLES forecasting model for Vietnam in the current context (in Vietnamese). Journal of Mining and Earth Sciences. 61, 5 (Oct, 2020), 118-124. DOI:https://doi.org/10.46326/JMES.KTQTKD2020.16.
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