Contributor: Patrick Lenain

Energizing Peace: Economic Policies for Affordable, Secure and Clean Energy in Ukraine

and | 13 June 2024
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies, Renewables, Ukraine
Ukraine has a vast and diverse renewable energy potential encompassing wind, solar, biomass, hydropower, and geothermal resources. With continued investment and development, Ukraine could significantly increase its renewable energy capacity and reduce its reliance on fossil fuels. ... continue reading

Economic Policies for Affordable, Secure and Clean Energy. Insights from France

| 3 May 2024
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: Decarbonization, Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies, France, Industrial Policy, Tax Expenditures
Successive French governments have reformed the country’s energy sector, with notable achievements in maintaining affordable access, ensuring supply security, and reducing carbon emissions. However, the energy crisis triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine in 2022-23 has underscored the imperative for a thorough revision of France's ... continue reading

Economic Policies for Affordable, Secure and Clean Energy. Insights from France

| 3 May 2024
Fiscal, Policy Briefs | Tags: Decarbonization, Energy, Fossil Fuel Subsidies, France, Industrial Policy, Tax Expenditures
France has launched a vast transformation of its energy system, with the aim of providing affordable, secure and clean energy. ... continue reading

Advancing Electric Mobility: The Key Role of Fiscal Policy and Regulation

and | 14 November 2023
Fiscal, Policy Briefs | Tags: Decarbonization, Energy, Industrial Policy, Tax Expenditures
In combination with public transport as well as autonomous and shared mobility, mass adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) is a tremendous opportunity to move toward an affordable, secure and clean transportation. ... continue reading

Differentiated Carbon Prices in the Electricity Sector: Towards a Cooperative Approach Based on Purchasing Power Parity

| 25 August 2023
Fiscal, Blog | Tags: Carbon Pricing, Energy, Renewables
One in five people lacks access to affordable and reliable power. Properly designed, differentiated carbon prices based on purchasing power parity exchange rates (PPPs) would be a giant step to delivering electricity that is more affordable, secure, and clean. ... continue reading