Category Archives: Other papers-2016

Policy Brief “The US Shale Oil Revolution Requires Major Reforms in the Macroeconomic Policy Frameworks and Institutions in the MENA Region” by K. Mohaddes

Kamiar Mohaddes, EPRG Associate Researcher, published a policy brief “The US Shale Oil Revolution Requires Major Reforms in the Macroeconomic Policy Frameworks and Institutions in the MENA Region” at the Economic Research Forum. The brief is available online

Article “Climate Policy After the Paris 2015 Climate Conference” by J. Vinuales, J. Depledge, D. Reiner and E. Lees

David Reiner together with Jorge Vinuales, Joanna Depledge and Emma Lees published a guest edited issue of Climate Policy journal (vol 17, #1) ‘Climate Policy After the Paris 2015 Climate Conference’ on 7 November 2016. The article covers the prospects of the Paris Agreement of the Climate Policy that follows from the Post-Paris Conference held in Cambridge… Read more

Interview with S. Taylor on Nuclear Futures, BBC Radio 4

Simon Taylor, EPRG Associate Researcher, was interviewed for BBC Radio 4 programme Costing the Earth on Nuclear Futures. The programme was broadcast on 1 & 2 November 2016 and covered the subject of extending the lives of the UK’s older nuclear power stations. To listen to the interview, please click here Read more

Public comment outline for FTC investigation by M. Pollitt and W. Strielkowski

Michael Pollitt and Wadim Strielkowski submitted public comment Consumer solar distributed generation (DG): net metering and some competition issues to Federal Trade Commission (USA) under FTC initiative on Competition and Consumer Protection Issues in the Rooftop Solar Business, on 22 August 2016. To read the comment please click here  Read more

S. Littlechild’s latest submission to Energy and Climate Change Committee

Stephen Littlechild and other former energy regulators of the UK submitted a paper to Energy and Climate Change Committee for Committee’s oral hearing on the CMA energy market report that took place on 5 July 2016. The full text can be read here Read more

Article “What is needed for battery electric vehicles to become socially cost competitive?” by D. Newbery and G. Strbac

The article “What is needed for battery electric vehicles to become socially cost competitive?” by David Newbery and Goran Strbac was published on ScienceDirect website on 6 April 2016. To read the article in PDF, please click here. To access the online version (available till 26 May 2016), please click here  Read more

Comment on Future of Nuclear Industry, House of Commons Select Committee, by S. Taylor

Simon Taylor, Director of the Master of Finance Programme, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and EPRG Associate Researcher, was invited to the House of Commons Select Committee on Energy and Climate Change to give evidence on the future of the Nuclear Power and Hinkley Project industry on 23 March, 2016. To listen to the recording, please… Read more

Article “Hinkley Point is a costly mistake, but only France can pull the plug” by S. Taylor

Simon Taylor, Director of the Master of Finance Programme, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and EPRG Associate Researcher, published an article “Hinkley Point is a costly mistake, but only France can pull the plug” in The Guardian on 14 March 2016. “Vincent de Rivaz, chief executive of EDF Energy, once boasted that British customers would… Read more

Report “Delivering future-proof energy infrastructure” by M. Pollitt

The report “Delivering future-proof energy infrastructure” written by Goran Strobac, Ioannis Konstantelos, Michael Pollitt and Richard Green for the National Infrastructure Commission was mentioned in BBC Business News in the article Smart energy could save £8bn a year, say advisers by Roger Harrabin on 4 March 2016.  To read the article, please click here To read the… Read more

Stephen Littlechild’s latest contribution to CMA’s current Energy market investigation

Stephen Littlechild’s latest contribution to CMA’s current Energy market investigation “The CMA energy market investigation, the well-functioning market, Ofgem, Government and behavioural economics“. This paper is forthcoming in the European Competition Journal, March 2016. Executive Summary | Text    Read more

K. Mohaddes quoted in “Pouring Oil on Troubled Stock Markets”, Financial Times, 27 January 2016

Kamiar Mohaddes was quoted in an article “Pouring Oil on Troubled Stock Markets“, published by David Sheppard and Neil Hume in Financial Times on 27 January 2016. “People are seeing the impact of a massive oversupply of oil in the price and perceiving it as coming from the demand side, ” – K. Mohaddes The full… Read more