We continue our series of EVALUATE workshop reports with an article by Sergio Tirado Herrero describing a recent stakeholder event in Budapest.
Two new EVALUATE working papers published
The last week has seen the publication of two working papers containing some of the latest results of research undertaken … More
Hungarian PM announces a further 10% cut in utility costs: three questions
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.
New paper by a member of the EVALUATE project team
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.