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Hydrogen fuel

Fuelling the Future

Scotland and North East England offer the best opportunities for successful hydrogen production hubs, while investment in cost-effective hydrogen production technologies – such as electrolysis – would open up export opportunities and address both the Industrial and Clean Growth strategies, according to the new report from Policy Exchange’s award-winning energy team, with a Foreword from the first elected Tees Valley Mayor, Ben Houchen.

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Policy Exchange wins prize as best UK think on Energy and Environment issues

At the prestigious annual Prospect Think Tank of the Year Awards, Policy Exchange has won best UK think tank in the Energy and Environment category.

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Building blocks

Small Modular Reactors: The next big thing?

Small modular nuclear reactors could be a crucial technology in the drive to decarbonise our energy system, according to Small Modular Reactors: The next big thing in energy? published on Thursday by Policy Exchange. The increased take-up of electric vehicles, the...
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Clean Growth

Link business rates to energy efficiency to make big changes

The Government should establish a new Energy Efficiency Delivery Unit and Energy Performance Certificates should be linked to business rates to incentivise landlords to invest more in energy efficiency, according to Clean Growth, the new report from Policy Exchange’s influential and expert Energy and Environment team.

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Farming

Farming Tomorrow: Free trade puts consumers first

Farming Tomorrow, a major new report from Policy Exchange, sets out the once in a generation chance we have to reform Britain’s environmental policy and approach to farming after Brexit.

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Burn Out: The endgame for fossil fuels

Dieter Helm’s new book, Burn Out: the endgame for fossil fuels, was launched at Policy Exchange on the 27th April 2017

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When is a government bank not a government bank?

When is a government bank not a government bank?

Richard Howard, Policy Exchange’s Head of Environment & Energy, comments on the government’s announcement that it wishes to part-privatise the Green Investment Bank. Whilst such a move may make things easier for the Bank, Richard questions whether the Bank would not just become the same as any other commercial bank, in which case why retain a stake at all?

Dear Energy Secretary, I’m afraid to tell you there is no money….

Dear Energy Secretary, I’m afraid to tell you there is no money….

Richard Howard, Head of Policy Exchange’s Environment and Energy unit, argues that the Department for Energy and Climate Change has underestimated the cost of energy policies with drastic consequences for future budgets. With reference to data from an upcoming Policy Exchange report, Richard shows that DECC needs to adapt rapidly to avoid being unable to fund future projects.

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