Determinants of residential space heating expenditures in Great Britain

  title={Determinants of residential space heating expenditures in Great Britain},
  author={Helena Meier and Katrin Rehdanz},
In Great Britain several policy measures have been implemented in order to increase energy efficiency and to reduce carbon emissions. In the domestic sector, these targets can be achieved by improving space heating efficiency and, hence, decrease heating expenditures. However, before implementing policy measures it is necessary to better understand determinants of heating expenditures. In this paper, we examine determinants of heating expenditures which include socio-economic and building… CONTINUE READING
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