application of policy instruments, externalities, market failure and government intervention
Not much functions in today’s world without energy. The lights in our homes, the trains that connect our cities, the machinery in fields that harvests our food, and the industrial processes that produce goods and infrastructure that we rely on daily. Energy is key for our economic progress and our wellbeing.
Your organisation does not have access to this article.
Sign up today to give your students the edge they need to achieve their best grades with subject expertiseSubscribe