Energy subsidies are widely used across the globe. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates that energy subsidies cost trillions of dollars each year as they are increasingly used due to fiscal constraints, peaks in fuel prices, and the misalignment of incentives with climate change efforts. In addition to the heavy burden, … [Read more...] about Communication Strategies: A Key Element for Energy Subsidy Reforms in Latin America and the Caribbean
How Do Households Consume Energy in Latin America and the Caribbean?
Español The household sector is a key stakeholder in energy markets, mainly its regulation and policies. Since 1971, electricity and gas demand from Latin American and Caribbean households has more than tripled, outpacing high energy-intensive sectors such as transportation and manufacturing, and reshaping aggregate energy demand. Balancing affordability, quality, and … [Read more...] about How Do Households Consume Energy in Latin America and the Caribbean?