Economic determinants of electricity demand in the Libyan economy
This study aimed to measure the determinants of electricity demand in Libya of an economic nature during the period (1975-2017). Distributed delays ARDL, the study concluded that the average real income is not related to electricity consumption in the short term and that imports of electrical appliances have a positive relationship with electricity consumption for the current year and the second slow year, and that the ratio of industrial output to GDP has no relationship with electricity consumption for the year Neither the current nor the first slow year, but they have an inverse relationship in the second slow year. As for the afore mentioned independent variables, they have a positive relationship in accordance with the economic theory with the dependent variable, electricity consumption in kilowatt-hours in the long run.
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