19 March – Fossil fuel lock-in: the carbon pricing key

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Associate Professor Paul Burke, Crawford School of Public Policy presents as part of the ACDE Trade & Development Seminars, discussion on Fossil fuel lock-in: the carbon pricing key.

Long-term lock-in is a defining characteristic of energy systems, for reasons including the long-lived nature of energy infrastructure and the role of local endowments. As a result, energy systems develop a path dependence under which current energy-type use is strongly influenced by past use.

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