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Cornwall Insight's energy market podcast, 'The Energy Essentials Podcast', discusses a range of topics across the energy industry. Each episode considers a different aspect and are discussed by our energy market experts. Cornwall Insight are pre-eminent in energy research, analysis, consulting and intelligence. We provide research, consultancy and training to businesses across the energy value chain. Recognised as one of the top management consultancies in the energy, utilities and environme ...
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Two years on from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, our experts discuss how the invasion has shaped the UK energy sector and the ongoing impacts. Hear from Matthew Smith, as they are joined by our Lead Research Analyst, Dr Matthew Chadwick in this podcast.על ידי Cornwall Insight
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Heating is responsible for around 20% of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions so decarbonising the heat in buildings will be essential to achieve net zero targets in GB. Heat networks go some way to providing a solution to this challenge and could provide up to a fifth of total UK heat by 2050. In particular, heat network zoning is how the government …
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Join us for a podcast episode where we tackle the complicated seeming topic of constructing an electricity network that supports decarbonisation. Despite its complexities, the conversation is accessible and easy to follow. Guests, Frank Hodgson from REGEN and David Cowdrey from MCS Charitable Foundation, share opinions and findings from the researc…
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Anna Moss is joined by Cornwall Insight’s Jacob Briggs and Dan Hamza-Goodacre and Sophie Bordat from Integrate to Zero to talk about our recent research into the carbon and cost reduction opportunities from integrated energy in GB. In this podcast, we discuss the current market landscape, opportunities, and barriers to offering integrated energy pr…
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Soaring inflation and interest rates*, combined with supply chain issues and labour shortages, have pushed up the cost of capital and increased the costs needed to finance renewable projects. With the latest round of the Contracts for Difference (CfD) scheme now ongoing, many in the industry are concerned that administrative strike prices are set t…
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In the context of soaring energy prices and challenging macroeconomic conditions, many businesses are struggling to maintain progress towards net zero. With increasing pressures from both consumers and investors for companies to decarbonise, the desire to progress to net zero remains for many businesses but financial pressures have forced plans to …
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In this podcast, Senior Analyst, Sam Peek and Lead Analyst, Joe Camish discuss Liquefied natural gas and its importance over the winter. They discuss: The significant European and UK uptake in LNG as a replacement for the shortfall of Russian natural gas this winter The influence of wider geopolitical issues that have prompted a pivot in favour of …
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Join our energy experts, Senior Consultant, Kate Mulvany and Research Partner, Dr. Dan Atzori as they discuss the Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA), why it is needed, how the energy market is reacting and responding to it and how Cornwall Insight can help businesses navigate REMA.על ידי Cornwall Insight
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In Part 1 of our event on REMA, Dr. Daniel Atzori introduces how the energy market has changed up until now, survey results from the industry on REMA and what our other experts will be speaking on. Find out how we can help you navigate REMA here.על ידי Cornwall Insight
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Upon starting office on 6 September 2022, one of the first challenges for new UK Prime Minister Liz Truss was how to tackle the current high energy prices and their knock-on impacts for the cost of living and the cost of doing business. On 8 September 2022, the new Prime Minister announced a series of measures, as part of an Energy Price Guarantee,…
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Amidst the proposals to help consumers with rising energy bills is one to incentivise investment in renewables. Earlier this week Rob Gross from UKERC, the originator of this “Pot Zero” proposal, joined Tom Edwards and Robert Buckley to discuss it and wider prospects for the British energy sector.על ידי Cornwall Insight
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Joe Camish joins Veronica Truman in our latest podcast. They talk about National Grid ESO’s early outlook for the coming winter season, the assumptions behind the modelling and the steps the ESO are taking to mitigate potential issues to European gas supplies this winter.על ידי Cornwall Insight
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Dr Craig Lowrey joins Veronica Truman to talk about Ofgem’s decision to proceed with a backwardation allowance window of six months in the wholesale methodology when calculating the Default Tariff Cap. The timing of the decision is discussed, along with implications for suppliers and consumers, and how it impacts forecasts for the upcoming Default …
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Robert Buckley and Tom Edwards discuss the interventions in the retail and wholesale markets that might help alleviate some of the concerns around the cost of living crisis and rising wholesale prices this winter. There have been many different theories and policies suggested and Robert and Tom talk about some of these, their implications, and how …
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REMA promises the biggest changes in the power market for a generation. It includes options for changing the locational stricture, the means of dispatch, and the price setting basis of the wholesale market, and then also considers related changes to existing support schemes, flexibility incentives and operational delivery. The potential span of cha…
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The merits and pitfalls of the current Default Tariff Cap on domestic energy bills have been debated at length. Whether the cap is seen as a blunt tool in need of replacement, or a vital intervention to protect large numbers of energy consumers, it is clear that further support for vulnerable customers, in the context of a developing cost-of-living…
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It certainly has been a busy time for energy policy. Hot on the heels of the Energy Security Strategy has come the Queen’s Speech, which outlines the Energy Security Bill, Transport Bill and UK Infrastructure Bank Bill. These build on the government’s efforts to drive further investment into the energy industry to achieve the country’s net zero amb…
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The announcement by Ofgem of its minded-to decision in respect of a move from seasonal Default Tariff Cap periods to quarterly caps had been largely anticipated following communication from the regulator in February 2022. However, the move comes as part of a wide-ranging set of potential further changes to the cap that are set to rebalance some of …
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In this podcast, Dr. Craig Lowrey and Anna Moss discuss the challenges for businesses in times of unprecedented energy prices. They explore questions such as why energy prices are rising so much and what steps businesses taken to reduce their risk? They also discuss what’s next for businesses in prices and their net zero goals.…
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Cornwall Insight is joined by Fflur Lawton from Smart Energy GB and Dr Jeff Hardy of Imperial College London to discuss the potential opportunities and impacts for smaller businesses and their customers from the uptake of smart meters and smarter and innovative energy business models. The smaller business community plays a critical role in the UK e…
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Veronica Truman, Dr Craig Lowrey and Robert Buckley discuss the growing pressure for government intervention to limit the feared 50% rise in the Default Tariff Cap from 1 April. They review the options and the risks of unintended consequences as set out by Gareth Miller in Cornwall Insight’s weekly Energy Spectrum. This is an extract from our weekl…
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This podcast is part of the TLT & Cornwall Insight podcast series. Here we focus on the important topic of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. In this podcast, Lead Research Analyst Emma is joined by report contributors Maria Connolly, Head of Clean Energy & Real Estate at TLT and Stephen Allen, Property Director at Punch Pubs. Stephen and Ma…
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Cornwall Insight and the UK law firm Shoosmiths have published a report on net zero strategies for businesses. With an increasing number of businesses looking to align themselves with the UK government’s net zero by 2050 ambition, companies are looking to reduce their emissions and become sustainable organisations. Pressures from consumers and inve…
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This podcast is part of the TLT & Cornwall Insight podcast series. Here we focus on the important topic of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. In this podcast, Lead Research Analyst Emma is joined by report contributor Niall Riddell, Co-Founder and CEO of public charging specialist, Paua Tech. Niall shares his views on electric vehicle chargi…
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Our latest podcast is part of the TLT & Cornwall Insight podcast series, in which we focus on the important topic of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Alongside this series, we have prepared a report ‘Electric vehicle charging: unlocking the business models’ based on interviews with leading experts in this space. In this podcast, Cornwall I…
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This podcast is part of the TLT & Cornwall Insight podcast series. Here we focus on the important topic of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. In this podcast, Lead Research Analyst Emma is joined by report contributors Maria Connolly, Head of Clean Energy & Real Estate at TLT and Jacob Lloyd, Director, Energy Asset Finance at NatWest. Maria …
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Green mortgages have become the poster child of green retail banking products in the UK, but despite their significant growth in the last 12-18 months, significant barriers remain. However, there are various solutions being designed in the UK and overseas that could shake up the mortgages market and help increase supply and demand. In this podcast …
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Cornwall Insight and the UK law firm Shoosmiths have published a report on consolidation in the domestic energy market. Over the last five years or so, the market has undergone a period of intense competition. Lower barriers to entry saw a rise in licensed competitors, diversifying propositions, service and added value options for consumers. Today,…
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Cornwall Insight’s Research Partner, Dan Atzori, discusses the impact of ESG investing on pensions with Sasha Butterworth, Head of Pensions at UK law firm TLT, and Tegolin Harding, Director at Independent Trustee Services (ITS). The UK is determined to secure leadership in everything related to ESG investment and green finance, ahead of the much an…
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In our latest podcast, our Research Partner, Dan Atzori, and our Senior Modeler, Tom Edwards, discuss energy governance challenges and how to overcome them. A number of key stakeholders in the energy transition are raising the issue of whether the governance status quo is adequate for achieving net zero. While there appears a growing consensus on t…
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In our first bite-size podcast, our experts take on the topic of EVs in the Capacity Market, asking: what is the Government proposing, and is it a good idea? Oliver is joined by Cornwall Insight consultants, James and Jacob, who give their views on the topic in under 10 minutes.על ידי Cornwall Insight
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Our Head of Training, Ed Reed and Head of Relationship Development, Robert Buckley, mark 750 Energy Spectrum weekly bulletins with our latest podcast. Our experts discuss policy and regulatory changes that have been covered over 15 years of analysis and commentary from the Cornwall Insight team. From this, they look at which issues have become less…
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Catherine Edwards, Emma Bill, Naomi Potter, Ruth Young and Vicky Merrison virtually came together to record a special podcast in celebration of International Women’s Day 2021. We openly discuss our experiences as women in energy and the working world, from school and university to progressing in our careers. We talk about how important confidence i…
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In our latest podcast, Associate Director for Training Ed Reed, Analysts Kate Morley and Emma Bill, come together from different locations to discuss Ofgem’s Faster Switching Programme and the underlying Retail Energy Code (REC). With the new faster switching arrangements set to go-live in summer 2022, the trio revisit the programme’s aims and disc…
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The upcoming 'Capacity Market' and 'Contracts for Difference auctions' have put transmission network charges back under the spotlight, with generators needing to take a long-term view of 'Transmission Network Use of System (TNUoS)' charges their projects will face. In this podcast, James Brabben and Andrew Enzor discuss the latest developments in T…
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In this podcast Tom Corcut, Deputy Director for wholesale markets in Ofgem joins Emma Burns, Senior Consultant Cornwall Insight to discuss the recommendations that Ofgem made in its publication on the future of system operation in January 2021. Tom and Emma talk about Ofgem’s findings and why it has made recommendations to government that the Syste…
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The festive period is often a time of reflection, and given the recent publication of the Capacity Market prequalification, we thought it was a good chance to look back at what participants have had to go through to get to this point. In our latest podcast, two members of our Consultancy team, James Cunningham and Alex McGregor, reflect on the many…
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In our latest podcast, Cornwall Insight’s Research Partner, Dan Atzori, speaks with Maria Connolly, partner and head of Clean Energy & Real Estate at TLT, about electric vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure. The decarbonisation of mobility is now increasingly seen as a priority by policy makers and market players on a global level, and the nu…
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In our latest podcast, Senior Consulting Analyst Jacob Briggs and Senior Retail Analyst Oliver Archer get carried away discussing what new data-driven service suppliers and energy service companies are offering customers, and what innovative offerings are in the pipeline. From decarbonising household supply, to helping the elderly age well at home,…
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