The role of cities and regions in achieving net zero

A blog post for the ENA, arguing for a stronger role for cities in the UK energy system.

The Case for Regional Energy Infrastructure Commissioning Bodies

Markets need customers to work efficiently. The market for local energy infrastructure is critical to the future economic prosperity of the UK and there are currently no meaningful customers to make this market work. This needs to change.

Energy Innovation Zones – Developments and Next Steps

What are EIZs, where did the concept originate, and why might they offer a low-risk pathway to UK energy system transition?

A first principles approach to UK electricity code reform

A left-field analysis of why and how the way we run electricity markets in the UK needs to change

The role of regions in infrastructure markets

There is a missing participant in UK energy markets. We need strong customers with a strategic perspective to ensure competitive markets work efficiently.

The Energy Company Obligation needs fundamental reform

Unintended consequences of the Energy Company Obligation (ECO) – the UK Government’s flagship policy to address fuel poverty – mean it needs urgent reform.¬† Responding¬†to a BEIS consultation on behalf of the West Midlands, I argue the key to more efficient outcomes for customers is greater local authority control. Response

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