Volume 18: Sustainable Energy Solutions for a Post-COVID Recovery towards a Better Future: Part I

Energy Management in Sustainable Eco-Cities of Monarchy of Concordia Himanshu Dehra



Noise is defined as a sensation of unwanted intensity of a wave. It is perception of a pollutant and a type of environmental stressor. The unwanted intensity of a wave is a propagation of noise due to transmission of energy source waves (viz. physical agents) such as sun, light, sound, heat, electricity, fluid and fire. Human Noise Behavior is checked by identifying a source and a sink of noise i.e., a person making noise and a person affected by such noise. The Monarchy of Concordia is a globalized society with the objective of maintaining peace and harmony in the world by controlling human noise behavior. Sustainable Eco-Cities in the monarchy of Concordia follow rules of low carbon economy. The eco-city concept involves sustainability goals. Minimal noise is generated in energy and noise systems and noise behavior is checked by proper noise monitoring and instrumentation which results in noise reduction in cities. The monarchy of Concordia has proposed business models in which various international governments and people are charged subscription fees, taxes and fines on noise behavior and creating noise pollution in similar lines with climate change with applicability of energy perspective on a per capita basis. Examples of energy intensities and noise calculations based on newly devised noise scales are also elaborated.

Keywords monarchy of Concordia, human noise behavior, sustainable eco-cities, environment, climate change, energy management

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