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 | Jul 8, 2013Last week saw an avalanche of energy news. Among the Green Deal statistics, Ofgem security of supply warnings and capacity market detail, there was a pile of new information about support for low carbon power. Many grumbles remain about the detail and complexity of...
by Guy Newey | Jun 3, 2013This morning the long-gestating Energy Bill returns to the House of Commons. Among the various amendments being proposed, one has taken on totemic significance for many green campaigners, the Committee on Climate Change (the government’s climate advisors) and numerous...
by Guy Newey | May 20, 2013Worries about energy bills (the kind you pay, not the kind that stumble interminably through parliament) mean that energy and climate policy will be a crucial battleground at the next election. A poll we did last year found that, when asked ‘what is the most helpful...
by Guy Newey | Apr 18, 2013The European Parliament’s decision to vote down a proposal to temporarily remove permits from the EU Emissions Trading System has sparked an outcry of doom-mongery that carbon trading is dead. But the botched ‘backloading’ proposal must be recognised for what it was;...
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