Energy Security Planning and Process under Sustainable Development
Dematerialization reduces national energy consumption, but it depends on many levels of industrialization and financial benefits. Dematerialization refers to a relative or relative reduction in the amount of material used to develop an economic production unit. In the tones of materials used per unit of GDP or the relative resolution of books, dematerialization has taken place in many countries for decades. These changes have been added to the structural exchange of energy-intensive sectors, in particular chemical and building materials.