C. K. Chyong quoted in “Never Ending Story Of Opportunities: Caspian Blue Energy Is Salvation For EU”, Eurasia Review, 20 April 2015

Chi Kong Chyong was quoted in Eurasia Review, an independent on-line journal and think tank, on possibilities and challenges for Caspian countries, like Azerbaijan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Iran, to be gas suppliers to the EU. The article also appeared in AzerNews and New Europe.

“Azerbaijan is perhaps the only supplier in the region able to respond to the EU’s gas diversification strategy away from Russia.”

“Turkmenistan’s rich gas reserves are a logical source for European supplies, but Europe partially lost the Turkmen reserves to China.”

“Uzbekistan’s gas supplies to Europe also face constraints; its commitment to supply to China, and a more serious problem – supply route to Europe would have to go through Caspian Sea or Russia.”

“Iran’s gas resources … are in the south of the country and hence would require substantial investment to build new and modernize existing pipelines to bring gas to the north-west to tap into Europe’s southern gas corridor.”

To read the full article, please click here 

C.K. Chyong quoted in “Turkish Stream Project Success Promises Benefits, Profits To Many South-Eastern EU States”, PenzaNews, 10 April 2015

Chi Kong Chyong was quoted in PenzaNews, an independent on-line news agency in Penza, Russia, on possible perspectives and benefits for Europe by using different gas suppliers, and on the outcomes if Turkish Stream is built in full. “Co-existence between the two (gas suppliers from Russia and Azerbaijan) is not an issue, at least for Europe as the clientsContinue Reading

Presentation “A Strategic Perspective On Competition In International Gas Markets” by R. Ritz

Robert Ritz gave a presentation “A strategic perspective on competition in international gas markets” at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) on 10 April 2015 | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1510

Karim L. Anaya and Michael Pollitt Distributed Generation: Opportunities for Distribution Network Operators, Wider Society and Generators Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1509

David Tingle Bargaining Practice and Negotiation Failure in Russia-Ukraine Gas Relations Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF  

Presentation “The Impact Of Carbon Emissions Trading On Industries” by R. Ritz

Robert Ritz presented “The impact of carbon emissions trading on industries” at Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, CREW Symposium, on 23 March 2015 | PDF

Op-ed “Time for ‘tough love’ in EU-Ukraine energy relations” by C.K. Chyong and D. Reiner

CK Chyong and D. Reiner published an article “Time for ‘tough love’ in EU-Ukraine energy relations” in Europe’s World policy journal. Published every 4 months, Europe’s World is the only independent Europe-wide policy journal, produced in association with some 150-plus leading European think tanks and academic institutions. “If the EU is too forgiving in itsContinue Reading

Article “Power to the Poor” by M. Bazilian

Morgan Bazilian, Lead Energy Specialist at the World Bank and Associate Researcher at EPRG, published an article on world energy poverty in Foreign Affairs magazine. “Some two billion people lack electricity outright or have poor-quality service, and nearly three billion rely on dirty fuels, such as firewood and animal dung, for cooking and heating. Nearly 90 percent ofContinue Reading

C.K. Chyong quoted in “How’s European Gas Race Going?”, AzerNews, 17 March 2015

Chi Kong Chyong was quoted in AzerNews, daily newspaper in Azerbaijan, on his perception about different suppliers of gas to Europe, including Caspian Region, as a solution to EU energy problem due to the crisis in Ukraine. “The Turkish Stream is as about bypassing Ukraine as it is about foreclosing competition from Caspian gas, particular coming from Azerbaijan andContinue Reading

Presentation “Prices and Trade In Global Gas & LNG Markets” by R. Ritz

Robert Ritz gave a presentation Prices and Trade In Global Gas & LNG Markets during ‘Invited Talk’ session at ESCP European Business School, London Campus, on 10 February 2015 | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1508

David Newbery Security of Supply, Capacity Auctions and Interconnectors Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF 

EPRG Working Paper 1507

Andrew Jobling and Tooraj Jamasb Price Volatility and Demand for Oil: A Comparative Analysis of Developed and Developing Countries. Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF    

EPRG Working Paper 1506

Wenche Tobiasson, Christina Beestermöller, Tooraj Jamasb Public Engagement in Electricity Network Development: A Case Study of the Beauly–Denny Project in Scotland Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1505

Robert Ritz Strategic Investment and International Spillovers in Natural Gas Markets Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1504

David Newbery, Goran Strbac and Ivan Viehoff The benefits of integrating European electricity markets Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF 

Presentation “The Rise and Fall of South Stream and implications for a European Energy Union” by Chi Kong Chyong

Chi Kong Chyong gave a presentation on “The Rise and Fall of South Stream and implications for a European Energy Union” at a conference “Energy Infrastructures: Towards The Creation Of A ‘European Energy Union’” organised by the Centre for Research on Energy and Environmental Economics and Policy, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy (12 February 2015) | PDF

Comment: “The GB 2014 capacity auction results” by David Newbery

Comment: “The GB 2014 capacity auction results” by David Newbery – Full Text

EPRG Working Paper 1503

Daniel Hach, Chi Kong Chyong, Stefan Spinler Capacity market design options: a dynamic capacity investment model and a GB case study Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF     

EPRG Working Paper 1502

Jon Stern Past And Potential Roles Of Electricity System Operators:  From Liberalisation To Climate Change Management In Britain Abstract | NTS | PDF

Presentation “Energy Prices: Is a Price Freeze a Sensible Way to Restore Trust in the Market?” by Michael Pollitt

Michael Pollitt presented “Energy Prices: Is a Price Freeze a Sensible Way to Restore Trust in the Market?” at Cambridge Judge Business School’s Business Briefing Meeting hosted by BNY Mellon, 29 January 2015, London | PDF

Op-ed “Does Russia’s Turkey pipeline make sense?” by Chi Kong Chyong

Chi-Kong Chyong, a Research Associate at the Energy Policy Research Group (ERPG) investigates Russia’s recent abandonment of “South Stream” in favour of “Turkish Stream” and what this means to European energy market. Read the full article in the Brussels-based online EUobserver newspaper,

EPRG Working Paper 1501

Levi, P. and Pollitt, M. Cost trajectories of low carbon electricity generation technologies in the UK: A study of cost uncertainty Abstract | NTS | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1423

Anaya, K. and Pollitt, M. Integrating Distributed Generation: Regulation and Trends in Three Leading Countries Abstract | NTS | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1422

Anaya, K. and Pollitt, M. The Role of Distribution Network Operators in Promoting Cost-Effective Distributed Generation: Lessons from the United States for Europe  Abstract | NTS | PDF

Prof. Michael Pollitt – “Energy Prices: Is a Price Freeze a Sensible Way to Restore Trust in the Market?”, 18:30-20:30, 29 January, London

Professor Michael Pollitt, EPRG, Cambridge Judge Business School Join Michael Pollitt, Professor of Business Economics at Cambridge Judge Business School & Assistant Director of EPRG, as he discusses the state of the energy market and how it has evolved over the last few years. Taking into account competitive market theory, Michael will consider the relationshipContinue Reading

Creation of a gas hub in Turkey for Gazprom deliveries to Europe may change the Europeans’ view of the country, as well as trigger the rise of energy bills

Creation of a gas hub in Turkey for Gazprom deliveries to Europe may change the Europeans’ view of the country, as well as trigger the rise of energy bills, the analysts of the Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) at the University of Cambridge expressed their opinion to Sputnik Thursday  

EPRG research on energy market regulation was singled out as one of the Cambridge University’s leading impact studies

Research from Cambridge Judge Business School’s Dr Michael Pollitt and Dr Stephen Littlechild has been instrumental in developing a new system of regulation which encourages engagement with customers. Dr Pollitt and Dr Littlechild’s involvement provided credibility to Ofgem’s ‘very significant’ RPI‐X@20 review of network prices. Energy network charges make up around 20 per cent ofContinue ReadingContinue Reading

EPRG Working Paper 1421

Guan, D., Reiner, D.M. and Liu, Z. China’s Road to a Global Scientific Powerhouse Abstract | PDF  

EPRG Working Paper 1420

David Newbery and Goran Strbac What is the target battery cost at which Battery Electric Vehicles are socially cost competitive? Abstract | PDF

David Reiner quoted in NY Times article: Testing the Limits of European Ambitions on Emissions

Testing the Limits of European Ambitions on Emissions Click here to read the full article

David Newbery’s presentation to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee investigating The resilience of electricity infrastructure

David Newbery Presentation to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee investigating The resilience of electricity infrastructure

William Nuttall gives evidence to House of Lords S&T Select Committee

William Nuttall

Barriers to the adoption of energy-saving technologies in the building sector: A survey study of Jing-jin-tang, China

Ping Du, Li-Qun Zheng, Bai-Chen Xie, Arjun Mahalingam Barriers to the adoption of energy-saving technologies in the building sector: A survey study of Jing-jin-tang, China Available at Science Direct Here

EPRG Working Paper 1419

Shengbao Ji, Yin-Fang Zhang, Tooraj Jamasb Reform of the Coal Sector in an Open Economy: The Case of China Abstract | NTS |  PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1418

Marc Ozawa Trust and Norwegian-Russian Energy Relations Abstract | NTS | PDF

Environmental Challenges in Europe

David Newbery Environmental Challenges in Europe IAEE 14th International Conference, Rome, 29 Oct 2014 | PDF

New EPRG Policy Brief on EU 2030 energy and climate proposals

For full text of the EPRG Policy Brief: http://www.eprg.group.cam.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/EPRG-Policy-Brief-22-Oct-14.pdf ‘Nothing is being done’ to explicitly encourage emissions cut by China and America’  22 October 2014   The 2030 framework on climate change and energy policy being debated at a European Union summit this week has a “glaring omission” by failing to link EU policy toContinue Reading

EPRG Working Paper 1417

A. Haarscher, M. Bruner, J. Doblas, A. Fargere, S.F. Ashley, W.J. Nuttall The Japanese Electricity System 15 months After March 11th 2011 Abstract | NTS | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1416

Xiaoping He and David Reiner Electricity Demand and Basic Needs: Empirical Evidence from China’s Households Abstract | NTS | PDF

Labour Conference 2014 | Will a price freeze destroy the energy market?–Michael Pollitt

Michael Pollitt Labour Conference 2014 | Will a price freeze destroy the energy market?

Op-ed “Ukraine’s energy brinkmanship” by Chi Kong Chyong and Pierre Noël

In the fog of its foreign-policy confrontation with Russia over Ukraine, the European Union seems unable to see its energy-security interests clearly or to act accordingly. Kiev has used the international crisis triggered by Russia’s actions in Crimea and eastern Ukraine to restructure the contracts with Moscow it signed in 2009. It wants a muchContinue Reading

The Regulaytor’s Tale

Stephen Littlechild The Regulaytor’s Tale Published in Cornwall Energy Energyspectrum, Issue 443 | 27 Sep 2014 | PDF

Opportunity–EPRG Research Assistant (Fixed Term)

Please click here for the official announcement The Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG) wishes to appoint a Research Assistant to support the research on the EPSRC Autonomic Power System project. More details of the project can be found at: http://autonomicpowersystem.org.uk/ The successful applicant will work primarily on projects looking into two aspects of the futureContinue Reading

EPRG Working Paper 1415

Stephen Littlechild Promoting or restricting competition?: Regulation of the UK retail residential energy market since 2008 Abstract | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1414

Pär Holmberg Pro-competitive rationing in multi-unit auctions Abstract | NTS |  PDF

GB Energy Market Structure

David Newbery GB Energy Market Structure Presented at the DECC Workshop, London 4 Sep 2014| PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1413

Tooraj Jamasb and Rabindra Nepal Incentive Regulation and Utility Benchmarking for Electricity Network Security Abstract | NTS |  PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1412

David Newbery and Michael Grubb The Final Hurdle?: Security of supply, the Capacity Mechanism and the role of interconnectors Abstract | NTS |  PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1411

Wenche Tobiasson and Tooraj Jamasb Sustainable Electricity Grid Development and the Public: An Economic Approach Abstract | NTS |  PDF

2014 EPRG/CEEPR Annual Conference, 2-3 July, Madrid

Available speaker presentations: Pre-session address by José María Marín-Quemada (Spanish National Authority for Markets and Competition) Session 1A: European Energy and Climate Outlook for 2030 by David Newbery, EPRG Session 1B: Is the EU-ETS Up to the Task? by Michael Mehling, MIT Session 2A: Hydraulic Fracturing: The US Experience and Implications for the Rest ofContinue Reading

The Cost Effectiveness of Renewable Energy Support Schemes in the European Union

David Newbery David Reiner, and Arjun Mahalingham The Cost Effectiveness of Renewable Energy Support Schemes in the European Union Published at the International Association for Energy Economics, Third Quarter, 2014 pg. 21 | Click here for the link      

EPRG Working Paper 1410

Xi Liang, Hengwei Liu, and David Reiner Strategies for Financing Large-scale Carbon Capture and Storage Power Plants in China Abstract | NTS |  PDF

Decarbonising the UK’s energy mix and meeting emission targets

Michael Pollitt Decarbonising the UK’s energy mix and meeting emission targets Presented at the Implementing the Electricity Market Reform Delivery Plan, Westminster Forum, London, 10 July 2014 | PDF

Laura-Lucia Richter wins Student Poster Session prize at the IAEE International Conference in New York City 15-18 June 2014

Laura-Lucia Richter wins Student Poster Session prize at the IAEE International Conference in New York City 15-18 June 2014.   Click here to view poster

EPRG Working Paper 1409

Marc Ozawa Trust and European-Russian Energy Cooperation: The Case of Oil and Gas Partnerships and Long-term Contracts Abstract | NTS |  PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1408

Musiliu O. Oseni and Michael Pollitt Institutional arrangements for the promotion of regional integration of electricity markets: International Experience Abstract  |  PDF

Ukraine and Security of Gas Supplies to Europe

Chi Kong Chyong Ukraine and Security of Gas Supplies to Europe Presented at the 2014 EPRG-CEEPR Annual Conference, Madrid 2 July 2014 | PDF

Report of the Panel of Technical Experts, of which David Newbery is a member

Available here, you may also download the PDF

There is a problem in the UK’s energy market – but it’s the regulator’s fault–A.M. article by Stephen Littlechild

Stephen Littlechild There is a problem in the UK’s energy market – but it’s the regulator’s fault City A.M., 1 July 2014 | Article

What future(s) for liberalized electricity markets?

David Newbery What future(s) for liberalized electricity markets? Presented at the Energy Industry at a Crossroads, Toulouse 5th, June 2014 | PDF

The European Utility Model for a low-carbon future

David Newbery The European Utility Model for a low-carbon future Presented at the IAEE International Conference, New York 16th, June 2014 | PDF

IAEE New York Student Mentoring Event: David Newbery?

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EPRG Workshop on Distributed Generation and Smart Connections, 6 June, 2014

EPRG Workshop on Distributed Generation and Smart Connections in partnership with UK Power Networks  June 6 2014 The EPRG and UK Power Networks, our project partner in the Flexible Plug and Play (FPP) project, held a successful Workshop on Distributed Generation and Smart Connections at Memorial Court, Clare College, Cambridge, on the 6th of JuneContinue Reading

Subsidies in the UK Electricity Sector until 2020

David Newbery Subsidies in the UK Electricity Sector until 2020 Subsidies in the UK Electricity Sector until 2020, Cambridge, 7th February 2014 | PDF

Contracting with Government for low carbon technologies: Designing the Visible Hand

David Newbery Contracting with Government for low carbon technologies: Designing the Visible Hand Long-term contracting in electricity markets, University Paris-Dauphine, 18th December 2013 | PDF

CERRE Regulation Dossier Energy & electricity

David Newbery CERRE Regulation Dossier Energy & electricity Kick-off meeting for EC 2014-18, Brussels, 22 January 2014 | PDF

Progress on market reform: EMR, the I-SEM and the TEM

David Newbery Progress on Market Reform: EMR, the I-SEM and the TEM Presented at the Electricity Market Reform, Belfast 28th, March 2014 | PDF

Laura-Lucia Richter receives one-year Junior Fellowship Research Award from the Secretary General of the Royal Economic Society

 

EPRG Working Paper 1407

Raphael J. Heffron and William J. Nuttall Scotland, Nuclear Energy Policy and Independence Abstract  | NTS | PDF

RPI-X, competition as a rivalrous discovery process, and customer engagement

Stephen Littlechild RPI-X, competition as a rivalrous discovery process, and customer engagement Paper prepared for the Conference, The British Utility Regulation Model: Beyond Competition and Incentive Regulation?, LSE 31 March 2014| PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1406

Stephen Littlechild The competition assessment framework for the retail energy sector: some concerns about the proposed interpretation Abstract  | PDF

Energy, Politics and the Consumer: British Academy, 3 April 2014

As the national debate on fuel bills and living standards continues, the YouGov-Cambridge Programme launched a special report on ‘Energy, Politics and the Consumer‘ with an evening event at the British Academy on Thursday 3rd April. The evening covered a range of subjects, including: the reputation of energy companies in the UK and how toContinue Reading

Explanatory Statement on the Regulatory Conduct Authority’s Occasional Paper 1

There was a wide variety of responses to “Applying behavioural economics at the Regulatory Conduct Authority”, Occasional Paper 1, published on 1 April 2014. These ranged from support for or concern about the RCA’s proposed policy, through the enigmatic “thank you, very interesting”, to “fantastic, brilliant”. But I suspect that a large number of readersContinue Reading

Sorry Ofgem: Why simpler energy tariffs are not in consumers’ interests–City A.M. article by Stephen Littlechild

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Professor Stephen Littlechild, EPRG Research Associate, contributes to the first working paper of the Regulatory Conduct Authority (RCA).

Download PDF Here A rapidly growing literature on behavioural economics shows that some errors made by regulators are persistent and predictable. Behavioural economics uses insights from psychology to explain why regulators behave the way they do. Behavioural biases can cause regulators to misjudge important facts or to be inconsistent. Regulators left to themselves will oftenContinue Reading

LNG Pricing Worldwide and Gas Markets Reform

Chi Kong Chyong LNG Pricing Worldwide and Gas Markets Presented to the Russia LNG Congress, 13-14 March, 2014  |  PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1405

Tooraj Jamasb and Rabindra Nepal Issues and Options in the Economic Regulation of European Network Security Abstract  |  Non-Technical Summary | PDF

UK Renewables Demonstration Projects: Who Pulls the Plug?

Jon Stern UK Renewables Demonstration Projects: Who Pulls the Plug? Letters & Notes On Regulation–Number 3.1 | Published February, 2014 | PDF |

EPRG Working Paper 1404

Karim L. Anaya and Michael G. Pollitt Does Weather Have an Impact on Electricity Distribution Efficiency? Evidence from South America Abstract  |  Non-Technical Summary | PDF

Trust and European-Russian Energy Relations – The Case of Oil and Gas Partnerships and Long Term Contracts

Marc Ozawa Trust and European-Russian Energy Relations – The Case of Oil and Gas Partnerships and Long Term Contracts February, 2014 | PDF

Planetary Economics Book Launch, 10th March 2014,

PLANETARY ECONOMICS Energy, Climate Change and the Three Domains of Sustainable Development By Michael Grubb Launch meeting on 10th March 2014, 6-7.30pm, Beves Room, Kings College, Cambridge Chair:  Lord Martin Rees, former President, Royal Society and Master, Trinity College Cambridge Presentation:  Michael Grubb Respondents: Sir David King (UK Foreign Secretary’s Special Representative on Climate Change andContinue Reading

DG COMP reviews the State Aid application by Hinkley Point C, Associate Research Richard Green provides the analytic underpinning

DG COMP reviews the State Aid application by Hinkley Point C here and Associate Research Richard Green provides the analytic underpinning here

EPRG Working Paper 1403

Jorge E. Galán and Michael G. Pollitt Inefficiency persistence and heterogeneity in Colombian electricity distribution utilities Abstract  |  Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1402

Rahmatallah Poudineh, Grigorios Emvalomatis, and Tooraj Jamasb Dynamic Efficiency and Incentive Regulation: An Application to Electricity Distribution Networks Abstract  |  Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG Working Paper 1401

Pär Holmberg and Andy Philpott Supply function equilibria in transportation networks Abstract  |  Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG-DG ENER Workshop 9-10 January, 2014

DG ENER and EPRG collaborated on a join workshop that took place 9-10 January in Cambridge, United Kingdom.  There was a dinner held at Clare College the evening of the 9th, including a key-note speech by Klaus-Dieter Borchardt (DG ENER, Director Unit B) and a full-day seminar at Memorial Court, Clare College on the 10th. Continue Reading

EPRG 1334

Claire M. Weiller, Michael G. Pollitt Platform markets and energy services EPRG 1334  Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG 1333

Nadia Chernenko Market power issues in the reformed Russian electricity supply industry EPRG1333 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

Annex E: EMR Panel of Technical Experts, Final Report for DECC

Click here for a PDF version

EPRG1332

Laura-Lucia Richter Social Effects in the Diffusion of Solar Photovoltaic Technology in the UK EPRG1332 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1331

Rahmatallah Poudineh and Tooraj Jamasb Distributed Generation, Storage, Demand Response, and Energy Efficiency as Alternatives to Grid Capacity Enhancement EPRG 1331  Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG 1329

Jean-Michel Glachant and Arthur Henriot Melting-pots and salad bowls: the current debate on electricity market design for RES integration EPRG1329 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG 1328

Marta Rocha, Michelle Baddeley and Michael G. Pollitt Addressing self-disconnection among prepayment energy consumers: A behavioural approach EPRG1328 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1327

Musiliu O Oseni, Michael G Pollitt, David M Reiner, Laura-Lucia Richter, Kong Chyong and Michelle Baddeley 2013 EPRG Public Opinion Survey: Smart Energy – Attitudes and Behaviours EPRG1327 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1326

Musiliu O. Oseni, Michael G. Pollitt The Economic Costs of Unsupplied Electricity: Evidence from Backup Generation among African Firms EPRG1326 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1325

Thomas Greve and Michael G. Pollitt Determining the optimal length of regulatory guarantee: A Length-of-Contract Auction EPRG1325 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1324

Thomas Greve and Michael G. Pollitt Network Procurement Auctions EPRG1324 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1323

Robert W. Hahn and Robert A. Ritz Does the Social Cost of Carbon Matter?: An Assessment of U.S. Policy EPRG1323 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1322

Rabindra Nepal and Tooraj Jamasb Energy Efficiency in Market versus Planned Economies: Evidence from Transition Countries EPRG1322 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1321

M.C. Grimston and W.J. Nuttall The Siting of UK Nuclear Power Installations EPRG 1321  Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1320

Karim L. Anaya and Michael G. Pollitt Finding the Optimal Approach for Allocating and Realising Distribution System Capacity: Deciding between Interruptible Connections and Firm DG Connections EPRG1320 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

ENEL Foundation Press Release

Press Release “The Energy Policy Research Group (EPRG), a joint research centre based in Cambridge Judge Business School and the Faculty of Economics at the University of Cambridge recently received £190,000 as a donation from the Enel Foundation to support a two-year research project on “Zero Subsidy Scenarios and International Natural Gas Markets”. The projectContinue Reading

EPRG 1319

Nadia Chernenko The Russian electricity supply industry: from reform to reform? EPRG1319 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF

EPRG1318

David M Newbery and Thomas Greve The strategic robustness of mark-up equilibria EPRG1318 Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF