Energy Pricing Policy : Targets, Possibilities and Impacts

01-02-1998

The study attempts to show in general terms how energy pricing policy (price levels and structures) dovetails into and influences a coherent energy policy and to set out recommendations and options for a forward-looking European policy. It also identifies the connections between energy pricing policy and other key fields related to the economy or society (economic structure and growth, competitiveness, employment, and the environment).

The study attempts to show in general terms how energy pricing policy (price levels and structures) dovetails into and influences a coherent energy policy and to set out recommendations and options for a forward-looking European policy. It also identifies the connections between energy pricing policy and other key fields related to the economy or society (economic structure and growth, competitiveness, employment, and the environment).

Autor externo

Wuppertal Institute for Climate Environment Energy : Stefan Thomas Peter Hennicke, Manfred Fischedick, Jochen Luhmann, Tobias Reibhg and Kai Schlegelrmlch