Fuel economy policies could spare Commonwealth governments from an impending fuels disaster (1)
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Fuel economy policies could spare Commonwealth governments from an impending fuels disaster (1)

In this Opinion, energy expert Lew Fulton sets out some alarming statistics on oil use and cost, and analyses the case of Kenya – a country that has already recognised the scale of the challenge it faces and the steps that it is taking to improve fuel economy. He argues that through inaction, Commonwealth countries are missing out on the opportunity to save billions of unnecessary expenditure on oil – a cost which could slow economic development in some countries.

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