Tag Archives: M. Pollitt

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 Ogleby “Can the UK become a… Continue Reading

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.   The BEIS Committee report was published on 28 April… Continue Reading

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  Continue Reading

Presentation “What are the prospects for electrical energy storage (EES)? Lessons from Europe and California” by M. Pollitt

Michael Pollitt gave a presentation “What are the prospects for electrical energy storage (EES)? Lessons from Europe and California” at the International Conference on the Frontier of Advanced Batteries, CIBF2016 and the 6th China International Energy Storage Conference in Shenzhen, China, on 25 May 2016 | PDF   Continue Reading

Presentation “In Search of ‘Good’ Energy Policy: why multi-disciplinary approaches to Energy and Climate problems are so important” by M. Pollitt

Michael Pollitt gave a presentation “In Search of ‘Good’ Energy Policy: why multi-disciplinary approaches to Energy and Climate problems are so important” at CEEP, Beijing Institute of Technology, China, on 20 May 2016 | PDF Continue Reading

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… Continue Reading

EPRG Working Paper 1519

M. Pollitt and K. Anaya Can current electricity markets cope with high shares of renewables? A comparison of approaches in Germany, the UK and the State of New York. Abstract | Non-Technical Summary | PDF Also published in The Energy Journal, 2016, under “Can current electricity markets cope with high shares of renewables? A comparison of… Continue Reading

Book “The Future of Electricity Demand: Customers, Citizens and Loads” by M. Pollitt and T. Jamasb

What will electricity and heat demand look like in a low-carbon world? Ambitious environmental targets will modify the shape of the electricity sector in the twenty-first century. ‘Smart’ technologies and demand-side management will be some of the key features of the future of electricity systems in a low-carbon world. Meanwhile, the social and behavioural dimensions… Continue Reading

Book “Delivering a Low-Carbon Electricity System: Technologies, Economics and Policy” M. Grubb, T. Jamasb, M. Pollitt

Meeting targets aimed at tackling the climate change challenge requires moving towards a low-carbon economy. These targets can only be met with major reductions in carbon emissions from the electricity sector. Written by a team of leading academics and industry experts, Delivering a Low Carbon Electricity System analyses the social, technological, economic and political issues… Continue Reading

Book “Future Electricity Technologies and Systems”, by T. Jamasb, W. Nuttall, M. Pollitt

Where will our electricity come from in the future, and how will we use it? The UK is aiming for a 60% reduction of 1990 carbon dioxide emission levels by 2050, yet the electricity industry and patterns of electricity use must change radically if this is to be achieved. This authoritative overview analyses a range of… Continue Reading

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