Environment & Energy

Going Round in Circles: Developing a new approach to waste policy following Brexit

To mark the launch of the report, Policy Exchange held an event to discuss both the proposals made in the report, and broader questions concerning the future direction of waste and resources policy following Brexit

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Developing a Modern Industrial Strategy

This major conference gathered together leaders from the fields of politics, academia and business to debate the shape of the emerging Industrial Strategy.

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Powering a New Economy: How a clean energy revolution means Britain can lead the world

In this talk, Tim Farron MP, Leader of the Liberal Democrats, gave his assessment of the UK clean energy sector and put forward the steps the Liberal Democrats will take to work towards a zero-carbon Britain

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The Policy Dragon’s Den: How to Decarbonise Road Transport

This event took place at Policy Exchange on Friday 27 January. It was a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style event, in which a number of industry leaders ‘pitched’ their vision of the future of road transport, to a panel of experts

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Switched On: Are Switching Sites a Sign of Healthy or Broken Markets?

This event took place at Policy Exchange on 16 January 2017 and was kindly supported by Citizens Advice and the UK Regulators Network

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Latest Environment & Energy Publications

The Customer is Always Right: Putting consumers back at the heart of UK energy policy

The Customer is Always Right: Putting consumers back at the heart of UK energy policy

For too long policymakers have failed to strike the right balance between energy affordability and decarbonising the economy. Ill thought through energy and climate policies have added £120 to the average household energy bill over the past five years. While reducing carbon emissions remains critical, if the government wants to retain support for this goal it must focus on carrying it out in a way that reduces the price of energy bills.

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Clean Growth: How can we improve business energy efficiency?

Clean Growth: How can we improve business energy efficiency?

Policy Exchange’s Energy and Environment unit announces the launch of its new project looking at the opportunities for and barriers to boosting business energy efficiency. Richard Howard and Joshua Burke set out the context for this project, and identify the important questions they will seek to answer.

What has been missed or misunderstood in this week’s Euratom debate?

What has been missed or misunderstood in this week’s Euratom debate?

Matt Rooney — Policy Exchange’s Energy and Environment Research Fellow — reflects on the way in which the Government’s view that leaving the EU must also mean leaving Euratom has made this previously obscure treaty into a ‘political battleground’. Calling for a national discussion about how to withdraw from Euratom smoothly, he posits that this will be the ‘first real test of the UK’s ability to leave the EU and open up to the world’.

How can Government and regulators keep up with disruptive innovation?

How can Government and regulators keep up with disruptive innovation?

Policy Exchange’s Head of Energy and Environment, Richard Howard and Economic & Social Policy Research Fellow, Jonathan Dupont, report on a roundtable Policy Exchange hosted this week with politicians, regulators and leading businesses to look at some of the pressing questions concerning disruptive innovation and regulation.

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Latest Environment & Energy News

Government ‘must do more to help vulnerable households this winter’

Government ‘must do more to help vulnerable households this winter’

Together, a decade of loose public spending, fiscal stimulus and the aftermath of the financial crisis left Britain with the highest deficit in its post war history at 10.2% of GDP. Even half a decade later, that deficit is only half closed, and remains high internationally. Budgeting for Balance looks at the experience of fiscal consolidation so far, and how to approach the remainder of the task.

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“Staying the course: managing challenges to UK energy policy”

“Staying the course: managing challenges to UK energy policy”

May 28, 2016

Policy Exchange held an event to discuss the key risks and challenges facing the UK’s energy policy, and the Government’s experience of managing those risks. The event involved a highly experienced panel of energy experts including the Rt. Hon. Lord Howell, Angus MacNeil MP, Irene Rummelhoff, and Dr John Feddersen, CEO of Aurora Energy Research.

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