I recently spent a few weeks travelling around Thailand, a journey that included the visit to the country’s two main … More
In Hungary, the price of imported natural gas – the most common fuel for domestic space heating – has been a key factor determining the affordability of household energy services during the 2000s. If in the first half of the decade its price increased at a relatively slow pace, above inflation rate and below the rate of increase of salaries and pensions, this situation changed drastically in 2006.
Tirado Herrero, S., Ürge-Vorsatz, D., Petrichenko, K. 2013. Fuel poverty alleviation as a co-benefit of climate investments: evidence from Hungary. Proceedings of the ECEEE Summer Study 2013. 3-8 June 2013. Belambra Presqu’île de Giens, France.
Following the discussion started in our previous post about energy poverty in Spain, guest contributor Aurèlia Mañé Estrada (University of Barcelona) … More
By Sergio Tirado Herrero If you were interested in one of my previous blog posts about the documentary film Pit … More
By Sergio Tirado Herrero Research on energy poverty in the EU (Healy, 2004) found out substantially high percentages of population … More
By Sergio Tirado Herrero When Marianna Kaat, Estonian filmmaker and director Pit No. 8, was ready to start filming his … More
By Sergio Tirado Herrero Incentives split between owners and tenants are often mentioned as a significant barrier to energy efficiency … More