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The Social Costs of Energy Consumption

 Olav Hohmeyer PhD
  13th-Jun-2016
Description: Why talk about ‘Social costs’? In market economies the structure and decisions of the energy system are determined by market prices and politics. If we find substantial cost elements not reflected in market prices, decision makers get wrong signals and will take wrong decisions. The larger the share of costs not reflected in the prices of any one energy technology, the more will be ‘over’ invested in such technology. As these costs not reflected in prices typically are environmental or health costs, this has lead to non sustainable energy use in the past.
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Domain: Energy
Category: Environmental
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The Social Costs of Energy Consumption
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Prof. Dr. Olav Hohmeyer
Universität Flensburg

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Prof. Dr. Olav Hohmeyer
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‘Social Costs of Energy Consumption‘
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