Simon Moore

Senior Research Fellow for Environment & Energy, 2010-14


Simon Moore

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Gas Works? Shale gas and its policy implications

Gas Works? Shale gas and its policy implications

Read Publication Gas Works? Shale gas and its policy implications says that the government is “unnecessarily gambling with billpayers’ money”. It says that the UK’s energy generation plans are based on forecasting future gas prices which is a flawed strategy,...
Climate Change Policy – Time for Plan B

Climate Change Policy – Time for Plan B

Read Publication By Boaz Moselle. Edited by Simon Moore. The EU and UK have adopted ambitious targets for emissions reductions, part of an overall strategy aimed at achieving a comprehensive, legally binding and effective global agreement, through a combination of...
Beggar thy Neighbour?

Beggar thy Neighbour?

One of the more prominent, if somewhat hazy, criticisms of increasing use of interconnectors to help the UK overcome its electricity market problems, is that ‘we won’t be able to rely on them when we really need them’. The implication being, they’re fine most of the...
Ditch renewables targets if you care about climate change

Ditch renewables targets if you care about climate change

The renewable energy target never made sense with the EU having already adopted the Emissions Trading System (ETS) to limit emissions from electricity generation (among other things). With emissions already capped, the renewable energy target could offer no additional...