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Sarah Deasley, Director in Frontier’s Energy practice, today spoke on a panel discussing the Future of Heat at the Energy UK Annual conference in London.
Frontier’s new Brexit bulletin “Through a glass, darkly?” revisits our previous empirical work on the impact of Brexit on trade in goods.
Recent developments at the Conservative party’s conference have done little to reduce uncertainty over the UK Government’s aims for trade policy post-Brexit, adding to the frustration expressed by some business groups.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) in the UK has today provisionally cleared the anticipated acquisition of Hungryhouse Holdings Limited (Hungryhouse) by Just Eat plc (Just Eat).
Martin Duckworth of Frontier today chaired a session on fifth generation mobile (5G) developments at the IIC Annual Conference in Brussels.
The water regulator in England and Wales, Ofwat, has today published the outcome of a review of the market for new appointments and variations (NAVs).
In its pro bono work, Frontier has developed a monitoring and evaluation framework for Whizz-Kidz, a charity that works with young wheelchair users to enable them to live a life without limits.
A study by Frontier Economics analysing the contribution that the existing gas infrastructure can make to a (virtually) carbon-neutral German energy system in 2050 was published today in Berlin. Based on a comprehensive analysis of the entire German energy system, the study finds that gas storage facilities will continue to be essential for long-term energy storage, as there is unlikely to be a comparable electricity storage technology available in the foreseeable future.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences has announced today that it is awarding this year’s Nobel memorial prize in economics to Richard Thaler, for his contributions to behavioural economics.
Frontier Economics is continuing its expansion in Europe, moving to its own offices in Paris today. We have been active in France since 2003, and in recent years we have seen a steady increase in demand for our services in France. After establishing a permanent Paris-based team, this latest move confirms our continued commitment to the French market.
Broadband operators submitted initial bids to the Irish Department of Communications, Climate Action, and Environment (DCCAE) last week, for subsidy to roll out high speed broadband services in rural areas of Ireland. Frontier supported eir in the development of the financial aspects of the bid.
El regulador mexicano de telecomunicaciones, el Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT), ha pedido a los operadores incumbentes de telecomunicaciones fijas en México, Telmex y Telnor, propiedad ambos de América Movil, que modifiquen sus respectivas propuestas de “separación funcional” para cumplir con las medidas regulatorias aprobadas por el IFT en marzo de 2017.
The Monopoly Commission, an independent advisory body to the German government, has today published a report on the current level of competition in energy wholesale markets in Germany, particularly in the power sector.
La Superintendencia de Servicios Públicos Domiciliarios de Colombia (SSPD) archivó hoy la investigación contra Zona Franca Celsia por su conducta durante el alza de precios mayoristas de la electricidad que se observó entre 2015 y 2016.
Catherine Galano and George Houpis of Frontier today spoke at the Club of Regulators workshop in Paris.
Frontier Economics was commissioned by the Energy Efficiency Infrastructure Group to develop an Action Plan for a Buildings Energy Efficiency Programme.
Frontier’s new report recommends a comprehensive Buildings Energy Infrastructure Programme to achieve major energy savings in UK homes.
The UK Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has published its final report following a market study into the use of price comparison sites and other apps.
57% voted in favour of keeping Tegel open at yesterday’s referendum about the future of the airport. While not legally binding, this poll will further support the public debate about the future of the inner-city airport. In the run-up to the referendum, Frontier had produced a report which assessed the case for keeping Tegel open.
Anna Berry, consultant at Frontier Economics, today spoke at a Market Research Society (MRS) conference on how behavioural economics insights can be used to design innovative customer research in the utilities industries.