Models of energy production, Mathematics

Find models of energy production and energy usage from 2 different countries, each on a different continent, which predict future energy production and demands. How was data collected (background for the models)? What type of models/formulas are used (in making future predictions, etc.)?  What could improve these models? Are the models accurate enough to make a prediction as to worldwide energy production and usage in the future? Why or why not?

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