Diesel Subsidies — Simplified, Part I (publication)

In Energy by Michael Rae

Subsidies for diesel fuel use in remote communities have kept prices artificially low, disincentivizing efforts to find efficiencies or alternative, renewable, energy sources. Diesel Subsidies Simplified Part I explains the critical role of subsidies as an obstacle to transitioning to clean energy systems, how subsidies work, and how financing can

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