Re-Monopolising Power: Ten principles for electricity market reform

Dec 14, 2010

Britain’s electricity market is being hamstrung by too much regulation and uncertainty, according to a new study from Policy Exchange.

The research finds that costs are being piled on consumers, with generators waiting for government to centrally plan, and regularly fine-tune its plans, rather than seeking out the best investments and innovations to secure supplies and reduce carbon emissions.

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Simon Less

Simon Less
Head of Environment & Energy, 2010-2012 Read Full Bio

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