Research Fellow in Energy Systems, University of Leeds
Miklós Antal is an ecological economist focusing on energy system transitions and post-growth economics. Currently, he leads projects on the feasibility and desirability of working time reduction at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, Austria, and the Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest, Hungary. Previously, he studied energy retail markets at the University of Leeds. He also spent time at the Central European University doing research on transitions in the electricity and building sectors, as well as the Autonomous University of Barcelona where he worked on energy rebound and the environmental sustainability of economic growth. He is also interested in environmental communication and visited the University of Helsinki while doing research on this. His PhD in ecological economics and MSc in engineering-physics were from the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.
Jul 21, 2020 14:30 pm UTC| Insights & Views
When it comes to electricity and gas, consumers in many countries choose between a wide range of tariffs. In the UK there are hundreds of options from scores of suppliers, varying up to 30% in price. This is a difference...