Category Archives: Other papers-2017

M. Pollitt quoted in articles dedicated to BEIS Committee Session on Post-Brexit

Michael Pollitt was quoted in several articles which appeared after BEIS Committee Session on How important is long-term access to the EU’s Internal Energy Market post-Brexit? that took place on 21 March 2017 in the House of Commons. 

David Blackman Battery prices could soar post-Brexit“, Utility Week, 22 March 2017

George OglebyCan the UK become a world-leader on decentralised energy post-Brexit?”, Edie.net, 22 March 2017

Madeleine Cuff “Hard exit from EU emissions trading could damage global climate action, experts warn“, Business Green, 21 March 2017

More information on BEIS Committee Session can be found here

Article “Resist the Temptation to Intervene on Energy Prices” by S. Littlechild

Stephen Littlechild and other former UK energy regulators published an article “Resist the Temptation to Intervene on Energy Prices” in Daily Telegraph on 22 March 2017 (online) and on 23 March 2017 (printed version). The full text of the article can be found here. To view it on Daily Telegraph website, please click here Read more

BEIS Committee Session on Post-Brexit with M. Pollitt, 21 March 2017

Michael Pollitt took part in Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee’s session on How important is long-term access to the EU’s Internal Energy Market post-Brexit? that took place on 21 March 2017 in the House of Commons. The whole session can be viewed here or read here.   Read more

Letter “The case for state funding must rest on strategic need” by S. Taylor, Financial Times, 15 February 2017

Simon Taylor wrote a letter to Financial Times in response to the editorial “The case for public funding of UK nuclear” from 14 February 2017. The letter titled “The case for state funding must rest on strategic need” was published in FT on 15 February 2017. The full text can be found here | PDF   Read more

S. Littlechild latest submission to the House of Lords

Stephen Littlechild and other former energy regulators submitted written evidence to the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee in response to the inquiry that is investigating the economics of UK Energy Policy. The full text can be found here. Further details of the Committee’s inquiry can be found here. Read more