"The Incentives Given To Renewable Energies Are Clearly Higher Than Required" - Interview with Inês Azevedo

At the age of 33, Inês Azevedo is leading a research group at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), in Pittsburgh, which is devoted to the analysis of decision-making processes in the fields of energy and climate change. Returning to Portugal is not part of her immediate plans, but she leaves a piece of advice to the country: we are paying a high price for the reform of our energy network and that issue can be tackled by doing more research before making decisions.

Read the full article in Portuguese at Jornal i online and pdf (July 18, 2013).