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Vulnerable Households in the Energy Transition, Energy Poverty, Demographics and Policies, edited by Rossella Bardazzi, Maria Grazia Pazienza

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Vulnerable Households in the Energy Transition, Energy Poverty, Demographics and Policies, edited by Rossella Bardazzi, Maria Grazia Pazienza
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Vulnerable Households in the Energy Transition
Medium
electronic resource
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
1395075660
Responsibility statement
edited by Rossella Bardazzi, Maria Grazia Pazienza
Series statement
Studies in Energy, Resource and Environmental Economics,, 2731-3417
Sub title
Energy Poverty, Demographics and Policies
Summary
This open access book explores the energy transition / energy poverty nexus in the European Union, including the implications of the transition and related policies for the household sector. Written by experts on energy economics, energy studies and related fields, it examines the impacts and costs of the energy transition (including those caused by carbon pricing) for the economy and for families in particular. Providing case studies on Germany, France, Italy, Spain and Greece, the contributing authors highlight current overlapping vulnerabilities for households, show the effects of decarbonization policies on relative prices, and discuss strategies for reducing energy poverty while also decarbonizing. Moreover, they address household and consumer vulnerabilities in connection with societal transformations such as demographic changes and the aging populations of Europe and particularly Italy. Given its scope, the book will appeal to scholars and students of energy studies, energy economics and related fields, and to anyone interested in the benefits and costs of the ongoing energy transition
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1. Effects of energy price shocks on Germany's economy and private households -- Chapter 2. Demographic shifts, household energy needs and vulnerability -- Chapter 3. Energy poverty and health pathologies: an empirical study on the French Case -- Chapter 4. Vulnerability to motor fuel price increases: socio-spatial patterns in Italy -- Chapter 5. The gender-energy-poverty nexus under review: a longitudinal study for Spain -- Chapter 6. Effects of carbon tax redistribution schemes on energy welfare of households in Germany -- Chapter 7. Households' energy demand and carbon taxation in Italy -- Chapter 8. Assessing Ecobonus as energy poverty mitigation policy: is energy efficiency for all?"? -- Chapter 9. Energy poverty and just transformation in Greece
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