Tag: Power

  • Fiscal Policy for Decarbonization of Energy in Europe

    By: David Robinson

    Decarbonization policy has focused thus far on low hanging fruit, especially energy efficiency and renewables. Attention will need to move to other sectors, especially transport and buildings, which together account for about 60% of energy-related carbon emissions in the EU. Consumers will be active participants and at the centre of this energy transition. This reinforces […]

  • Gas, Renewables & Power in Africa

    By: Thierry Bros

    This presentation was given by Thierry Bros at the Africa Energy Forum in Copenhagen, 7-8 June 2017. Historically Africa is one of the world’s most neglected energy provinces where affordable clean energy is urgently needed. This presentation forms part of the OIES Gas Programme work on Africa and part of its ongoing research programme looking […]

  • Gas Pricing Reform in India – Implications for the Indian gas landscape

    By: Anupama Sen

    Most discussion on the future of the market for internationally traded gas focuses on the ‘swing towards Asia’. Specifically, China and India, the world’s two most populous nations, are frequently highlighted as major drivers of future demand. Yet, there is considerable ambiguity over the assumptions underpinning this observation, particularly with regards to India. In fact, […]

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