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 | Feb 5, 2014I am a big fan of Mark Avery’s blog. The former Conservation Director of the RSPB is passionate, prolific and punchy – exactly what you want from a blogger, especially on the natural environment. However, I think his punchiness boiled over into prejudice...
by Guy Newey | Feb 4, 2014Matthew Lockwood, formerly of the upmarket think tank IPPR and now at Exeter University, has written a thought-provoking blog on carbon pricing. Lockwood argues that the current vogue for carbon pricing over renewables targets underplays the political problems of such...
by Guy Newey | Jan 24, 2014In the Times today, Philip Collins, was talking about Labour’s concerns about concentrations of market power. Collins’s wider argument is that Ed Miliband sees himself as a modern-day Teddy Roosevelt, breaking up monopolistic powers wherever he sees them. “[Miliband]...
by Guy Newey | Jan 16, 2014People often ask what people at think tanks do. Well, apart from scratching our beards and thinking deep thoughts, we spend a lot of time at ‘roundtable’ discussions. Sometimes we are invited because of our expertise, sometimes because we can give a political...
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