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Call for Papers: Special Issue “Innovation, Policy, and Regulation in Electricity Markets”

Call for Papers for Special Issue “Innovation, Policy, and Regulation in Electricity Markets“. This special issue will explore lessons from electricity innovation experiments across the world and what implications they have for policy and regulation. Authors are invited to use their papers to describe the nature of the experiments they discuss, the results of the… Continue Reading

Report “Regulation and policies for local flexibility markets: Current and future developments in seven leading countries” by K. Anaya and M. Pollitt

Karim Anaya and Michael Pollitt wrote a report “Regulation and policies for local flexibility markets: Current and future developments in seven leading countries” for Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), as a result of their participation in Project MERLIN. The report was published on Project  MERLIN website in November 2020. This report investigates stakeholder opinion… Continue Reading

Report “A Review of International Experience in the use of smart electricity platforms for the procurement of flexibility services (Part 2 – Main Findings)” by K. Anaya and M. Pollitt

Karim Anaya and Michael Pollitt wrote a report “A Review of International Experience in the use of smart electricity platforms for the procurement of flexibility services (Part 2 – Main Findings)” for Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), as a result of their participation in Project MERLIN. The report was published on Project MERLIN website… Continue Reading

Report “A review of international experience in the use of smart electricity platforms for the procurement of flexibility services (Part 1)” by K. Anaya and M. Pollitt

Karim Anaya and Michael Pollitt wrote a report “A review of international experience in the use of smart electricity platforms for the procurement of flexibility services (Part 1)” for Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), as a result of their participation in Project MERLIN. The report was published on Project MERLIN website in May 2020.… Continue Reading

2020 EPRG Online Winter Seminar

EPRG is pleased to announce our successful 2020 Online Winter Seminar in partnership with FTI Consulting and Compass Lexecon. The event took place on 3 and 4 December 2020 and consisted of 4 sessions. PROGRAMME 3 December 2020 SESSION 1 – Panel discussion: “Green Growth: Harnessing Economic Opportunities while Meeting Climate Policy Targets” Chair: David Reiner… Continue Reading

Report “A Blueprint for a Green Future” by Cambridge Zero

Cambridge Zero Policy Forum, a collaboration of Cambridge Zero and the Centre for Science and Policy, released an ambitious new report: A Blueprint for a Green Future. This report brings together ideas from senior academics across the University of Cambridge to present a multidisciplinary perspective and series of recommendations for policymakers and industry. To read… Continue Reading

Presentation “Promoting green growth: a guaranteed route to recovery or a route to value destruction?” by M. Pollitt

Michael Pollitt gave a talk “Promoting green growth: a guaranteed route to recovery or a route to value destruction?” at 30th University of Cambridge Alumni Festival on 21 September 2020. In his talk, Michael explores green investment and how they promote economic productivity and growth. You can listen to this presentation here Continue Reading

Podcast “The Economics of a Green Recovery” with K. Mohaddes

Kamiar Mohaddes recorded a podcast “The Economics of a Green Recovery” organized by Centre for Science and Policy, University of Cambridge. In the podcast, hosted by Dr Robert Doubleday, Dr Mohaddes together with Dr Nina Seega discussed the macroeconomic effects of  the Covid-19 shock, the long-term costs of climate change and the potential for a… Continue Reading

Article “Ofgem’s customer complaints – Is anyone listening?” by S. Littlechild

Stephen Littlechild published an article “Ofgem’s customer complaints – Is anyone listening?” in Utility Week on 31 July 2020. In this article Stephen Littlechild asks whether it is worthwhile requiring energy retailers to publish quarterly complaints statistics when there are questions over both its consistency and actual value. To read the article on Utilty Week… Continue Reading

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