Towards a just energy transition in Tunisia How to develop a democratic energy model that breaks with the current approach to renewable energy production

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This study on the state of the energy sector in Tunisia (including renewable energy) is based on the key premise that energy is not a profit-making commodity, but a right. The study argues that access to energy and its production are political questions in essence, rather than purely technical ones. Drawing on a redistributive justice viewpoint, it addresses the following questions: Who owns what? Who does what? Who gets what? Who wins and who loses? Who benefits from the collective public good?

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About towards a just energy transition in tunisia

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Ilyes Ben Ammar

Ideas into movement

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