Credible Energy Policy

Dec 10, 2008

By Dieter Helm.

Credible Energy Policy sets out why current energy policy is no longer fit for purpose, and provides a comprehensive overview of what is now required to address our ambitious climate change objectives, whilst maintaining security of supply.

Professor Helm examines the precarious position of our global gas supplies and draw out the implications for Britain in strategic gas storage, generation capacity and networks. It will also propose how government should set the overarching energy policy framework and explain why existing energy policy institutions need reform, and in particularly why Ofgem should be rolled up into an integrated single energy agency, charged with delivery.

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RT @DomWalsh13 Good @lizzzburden piece, ft a quote from my @Policy_Exchange colleague Stephen Booth on the value of EU rollovers: “In a world where there’s increasing economic nationalism, the value of locking in existing market access shouldn’t be taken for granted.” telegraph.co.uk/busi…