Economic and Social Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Energy Sector
Rokicki, Tomasz (editor)
Bórawski, Piotr (editor)
Saniuk, Sebastian (editor)
The purpose of the Special Issue was to collect the results of research and experience on the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic for the energy sector and the energy market, broadly understood, that were visible after a year. In particular, the impact of COVID-19 on the energy sector in the EU, including Poland, and the US was examined. The topics concerned various issues, e.g., the situation of energy companies, including those listed on the stock exchange, mining companies, and those dealing with renewable energy. The topics related to the development of electromobility, managerial competences, energy expenditure of local government units, sustainable development of energy, and energy poverty during a pandemic were also discussed.
Keywordsenergy manager; competences; labor market; energy industry; COVID-19; decarbonizing transport; energy efficiency; electrify transport; zero-emissions vehicles; sustainable transport; electric car charging points; novel coronavirus pandemic; alternative energy; stock market sectors; stock market companies; energy; energy company; efficiency; financial analysis; pandemic; environmental protection; environmental problems; greenhouse gas; particulate matter (PM); renewable energy; corruption; electromobility; companies in the Transport-Shipping-Logistics Sector; pandemic-COVID-19; development; self-government units; energy consumption; monitoring; energy consumption effectiveness; sustainable energy development; households; OPEC; crude price; volatility; storage crisis; futures; shale; electric vehicles market and policy; electric vehicles; purchase intention; e-mobility; consumers preferences; consumer decision making; social values; delay discounting; cultural factors; economic factors; machine learning methods; sustainability; energy poverty; economic uncertainty; energy policy; policy measures; reducing energy intensity; ranking of countries’ energy intensity; multi-criteria analysis; sectors of the economy; economic effects of the pandemic; social effects of the pandemic; countries of Western Europe; countries of Central and Eastern Europe; mining sector; initiatives and adaptation measures; economic situation; COVID-19 pandemic; fossil fuel energy; carbon dioxide emissions; nonlinear autoregressive distributed lag model; frequency domain causality test; Markow switching regression; photovoltaics; pandemics; changes in energetic balance due to COVID-19; renewable sources of energy during pandemics; United States; energy sector; fossil fuel; emissions; expenditures
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022
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