Simply unsustainable! The EU’s energy projects with Israel
The EU has made a strong commitment towards energy transition to renewable sources and has developed an ambitious strategy to meet Paris ...
Energy problem in Palestine is among many other problems that affect social and economic conditions of the Palestinian People. The fact that most of the energy is imported with relatively higher prices places more economic burdens on the poor and marginal people. The current poverty rate in Palestine is estimated at nearly 26% and the rate of absolute poverty is nearly 13% (PCBS, 2012). This indicates that nearly 1.1 million poor in Palestine with monthly income under the defined poverty line.
It was also reported that, on average, nearly 34 % of income is spent on food and nearly 8.5% spent on energy (electricity and liquid gas). This reflects the vulnerability of the society especially the poor and marginal segments and limits their ability to obtain the energy they need for their
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