We use cookies to customise content for your subscription and for analytics.
If you continue to browse Lexology, we will assume that you are happy to receive all our cookies. For further information please read our Cookie Policy.
Results 1 to 5 of 5
Most popular |Most recent


Paying peanuts: will the British capacity market deliver security of supply?

United Kingdom - October 12 2015 Electorates hold policymakers accountable for failures to keep the lights on. For reasons of efficiency, however, many governments have privatised...

George Anstey.


Why PFI Holds No Lessons for Utility Regulation

USA, United Kingdom, European Union - March 29 2018 A report issued recently by the UK's National Audit Office (NAO) identified a number of problems with the Private Finance Initiative (PFI). Coming at...

Richard Druce, James Grayburn.


Helm’s Wishful Thinking on Energy Policy: Repeating Past Mistakes, Expecting Different Results

United Kingdom - February 1 2018 In October 2017, the UK government issued Professor Dieter Helm’s “Cost of Energy Review” (the Helm Review).2 The terms of reference (TOR) for this...

George Anstey, Richard Druce.


Decarbonising Interconnected Power Markets: Should Germany Join France in Implementing a CO2 Price Floor?

France, Germany - October 3 2016 Germany has been pursuing an agenda of "greening" and decarbonising its power sector under the auspices of a policy called the Energiewende. On...

Dominik Hübler, Daniel Radov.


An Honest Broker: Are Non-Domestic Energy Customers Getting a Fair Deal?

United Kingdom - February 2 2017 The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) recently concluded a two-year inquiry into the British electricity and gas markets. Whilst much of the...

George Anstey, Stephen Buryk.