Oxford Energy Forum is a journal published by the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) which aims to stimulate debate, especially on public policy in energy. It covers a different theme in every issue, inviting experts in the field to debate the theme through short analytical articles.
Paper identifies main cost drivers for each of the most promising technologies and analyses the opportunities for c… https://t.co/TjBpcUhL9d
Some have argued that policy solutions focusing on the price cap are myopic as they ignore larger issue of whether… https://t.co/gYutA1BJ9H
New Oxford Energy Podcast - The role of the Northern Sea Route for Russia’s Arctic hydrocarbon developments and Rus… https://t.co/OQ18DNREaL
The higher cost of #greenhydrogen in comparison to its competitors is the most important barrier to its increased u… https://t.co/3c5bYlDoHh