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JOEBM 2023 Vol.11(4): 223-226
DOI: 10.18178/joebm.2023.11.4.766

Prospects for Global Energy Transition and Digital Integration

Monika Ciesielkiewicz1,*, Claire F. Bonilla2, and Carlos Olave-Lopez-de-Ayala3
1. School of Education, Computense Unversity of Madrid, Spain
2. Department of Computer Science, UDIMA—Universidad a Distancia de Madrid, Spain
3. School of Ecomomics, University of Valencia, Spain
Email: monikacies@gmail.com(M.C.); clairefbonilla@gmail.com(C.F.B.); carolode@alumni.uv.es(C.O.-L.A.)
*Corresponding author

Abstract—This study delves into the realms of energy transition and digitalization, drawing upon the foundations of sustainable development, energy economics, low-carbon economy, and energy substitution theories. Adopting an international political economy perspective, it meticulously analyzes the prevailing trajectories of energy transition and digital integration. By juxtaposing the energy transition strategies employed by prominent global economies, such as the United States, China, Japan, and Middle Eastern nations, invaluable insights are garnered for the benefit of China’s own endeavors. Ultimately, a set of comprehensive recommendations is proffered to guide national and corporate pursuits in the realms of energy transition and digitalization: 1) Articulate a definitive pathway toward renewable energy in the forthcoming era; 2) Meticulously select transitional energy sources, aligning them with prevailing contextual realities; 3) Foster an environment conducive to technological innovation and digital transformation; 4) Astutely seize the opportunities presented by big data to propel business and commercial model innovation.

Index Terms—Energy transition, digitalization, low-carbon economy

Li Hong is with Willfar Information Technology Co. Ltd., Changsha, China. E-mail: lihong@willfar.com


Cite:Li Hong, "Prospects for Global Energy Transition and Digital Integration," Journal of Economics, Business and Management vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 223-226, 2023.

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