Long-term diversification paths and energy transitions in Europe
Mar Rubio-Varas and
Authors registered in the RePEc Author Service: Maria del Mar Rubio Varas
Ecological Economics, 2019, vol. 163, issue C, 158-168
•The concentration of the energy mixes of eight European countries is measured.•Latecomers historically enjoyed lower levels of concentration in their energy mixes.•Early comers followed an inverted-U path of concentration, latecomers a U-path.•A “time effect” and “size effect” explains the different patterns.•Small energy consuming countries will be able to do faster transitions.
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