Return on home insulation is so high that subsidies are largely unnecessary
The return on investment from home insulation is so high that subsidies to boost the sustainability of homes are largely unnecessary. That is the conclusion of Maastricht economists after studying the 10-year energy consumption of more than 2,000 households.
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Professor Harry Hummels, Professor of Ethics, Organizations and Society, emphasizes the importance of dialogue about this with stakeholders. In one of his latest papers, People in Chains, he aims to start a movement from "people in economic chains" to "fellow people in value(s) chains.