Head of Environment & Energy, 2010-2014
Guy is now Head of Policy at Ovo Energy.Guy was Head of Environment and Energy at Policy Exchange. Before joining Policy Exchange, he worked as a journalist, including three years as a foreign correspondent in Hong Kong. He has an MSc in Environmental Technology from Imperial College, London. His research interests include energy efficiency, renewable energy policy, biodiversity and changing energy behaviour.
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by Guy Newey | Aug 20, 2014Read Publication Local authorities should consider rewarding people who volunteer their time to clean up and maintain their local parks, allotments and cemeteries with council tax rebates. Our report highlights the importance of parks and other urban green spaces to...
by Guy Newey | Jun 12, 2014Read Publication Power stations based in other countries should be allowed to bid for UK energy subsidies to help bring down electricity bills and meet our decarbonisation targets. Getting Interconnected encourages the government to open up the new capacity market to...
by Guy Newey | Nov 19, 2013Read Publication Park Land, warns that the budgetary pressures could have a major impact on the quantity and quality of our urban green spaces. Financial constraints have led to local authorities in towns and cities across England reducing the amount of money they...
by Guy Newey | Aug 1, 2013Read Publication The quantity of waste the UK exports, both Refuse Derived Fuel (RDF) and Solid Recovered Fuel (SRF – meeting higher quality standards), has increased significantly in recent years. On June 25 2013 Policy Exchange held a roundtable discussion to...
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