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New Power Report: July issue published

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In the July issue

INTERVIEW: Bulb founders Hayden Wood and Amit Gudka
“There has already been a significant increase in prices over the past month or so. If you are in the position of doing one-year fixed deals and then not hedging out for a year you could get yourself into trouble”

FEATURES
Is energy efficiency making the leap to an asset class for investors? We investigate.
Storage: a boom behind the meter and an investment bubble?

INTERVIEW: IEA’s Manual Baritaud
“The co-existence of yearly products and 15-year products… is a very surprising way to design a capacity market”
INTERVIEW: Jens Madrian
“The future is data”

PLUS
Three wishes for Power Responsive
“At the moment we don’t have a market for flexibility. Instead, we have a series of procurements”
CMA battles ahead
First thoughts on Brexit

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New Power Report: JUNE ISSUE

Embedded benefits under scrutiny: is there an ‘end game’ or is it ‘open season’?

So you want to be a CATO?

“It will be essential to address the real or perceived competitive advantage that a CATO may have when it includes the system operator or a transmission owner.”

A long haul for biomass

“Do not neglect the transportation impact on carbon in the logistics side of fuel supplies”

INTERVIEW: Keith MacLean, UKERC

“Telecoms is a much better model for electricity and heat infrastructure and where it is likely to go.”

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New Power Report: MAY ISSUE

Energy Forum on Brexit: little upside opportunity, significant downside risk.

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Ofgem takes over Project Nexus, warning it is year’s ‘biggest risk to consumers’

Industry is ‘incredibly nervous’ about a premature go-live. But “How long can Xoserve keep the old system limping on?”

INTERVIEW: Lawrence Slade, EnergyUK

Does Decc “have the size and the muscle within Whitehall to really deliver?”

PLUS

Energy storage: legal and regulatory barriers

Are small nuclear reactors coming to your neighbourhood?

 

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