How to create twice as many jobs by integrating climate policies in COVID-19 economic recovery packages
An illustration from Cyprus blog post, Theodoros Zachariadis, Nestor Fylaktos, Elias Giannakis, Constantinos Taliotismarios, Karmellos, Mark Howells, Will Blyth, Stéphane Hallegatte (Cyprus Institute, host of
UK politicians are mired in a fruitless blame-game about energy prices. But high prices are not the problem. It is the total bill that matters, especially to poorer consumers. Dealing with the poor efficiency standards of existing UK housing stock is the way to tackle this. And reducing fossil fuel subsidies could provide the source of finance to do so.
In Feb 2013, OEA led a 3 day training course for the Hong Kong government on strategic issues affecting energy sector planning. Delivered in partnership