Alex Simakov

Alex Simakov
Alex was a Senior Fellow with Policy Exchange’s Energy & Environment Unit. Alex served as Policy Advisor to the Hon. Greg Rickford, the Province of Ontario’s former Minister of Energy, Northern Development & Mines, and worked as a business strategist and government affairs consultant for many of Canada’s leading clean technology companies.

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Turning Wasted Wind into Clean Hydrogen

Download Publication Online Reader A new report from Policy Exchange details the growing fiscal and economic opportunity cost of the growing power grid congestion holding back the UK’s world-class wind fleet In the absence of sufficient transmission capacity, the UK is losing one billion pounds a year because of system constraints. By the time planned solutions are implemented next decade, the cost of curtailment will have increased to an annual […]

Delivering the Atlantic Declaration

Download Publication Online Reader The Atlantic Declaration reflects the continuing evolution of America and Great Britain’s Special Relationship, reaffirming the importance of their commercial and political ties at a period of tremendous change for the global economic order. Delivering the Atlantic Declaration, the second report in Policy Exchange’s new programme, Industrial Policy in an Age of Global Economic Uncertainty, addresses the agreement as an opportunity to reconcile the United Kingdom’s […]

Turning it On & Off

Download Publication Online Reader ‘Turning it On & Off: A New Plan for Household Energy Bills’, delivers a clear and comprehensive programme for delivering on the Chancellor’s goal of a new approach to energy bills that costs taxpayers significantly less while incentivising energy efficiency and ensuring enough support for those in need. The previous Prime Minister’s scheme to cap all household energy bills for two years will be cut from […]

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A New, New, (New?) Climate Strategy

Enthusiasm for last week’s ‘Energy Security Day’ – nee ‘Green Day’ – was dampened the night before, when the Chancellor advised Parliament that his policy package to compete against America’s Inflation Reduction Act won’t be released until the autumn. He promised the UK’s strategy “will be different – and better.”   In the meantime, his colleague Grant Shapps travelled to Oxfordshire to unveil Powering Up Britain – the first quarter of […]

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