The Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) has today published a Frontier study, which analyses the suitability of the Swiss market designs to guarantee a continuous secure energy supply in the medium and long-term.
A new Frontier study, published today, finds that the Government’s ambition for England to achieve a ‘smoke-free generation’ – defined as an adult smoking prevalence rate of 5% or below – is on track to be achieved in 2040.
The Colombian Minister for Planning, Luis Fernando Mejía, announced today that there is a clear need to reform Colombia’s energy market to respond to new market challenges, reduce the costs of regulation and improve regulatory impact.
The Brexit challenge has inevitably diverted attention from other issues confronting policy-makers, while at the same time making it all the more necessary that we get wider public policy right.
Fernando Barrera, Director in Frontier’s Energy Practice, today presented at a seminar organised by the Chilean energy regulator, Comisión Nacional de Energía (CNE), in Santiago.
Matthew Bell, Director in Frontier’s Public Policy Practice, today provided an instant reaction to Dieter Helm’s eagerly anticipated review of UK energy costs.
There is little doubt that modern diets place a major burden on our health. Behavioural economics can shed light on the unconscious processes that create and reinforce the unhealthy habits we see today.
The Mexican telecoms regulator, Instituto Federal de Telecomunicaciones (IFT) has today published the final methodology and models which will be used to assess the economic replicability of retail tariffs in different market segments of the telecommunications sector.
Theresa May announced this week that the Government will no longer proceed with a planned change to public funding for supported housing.
Citizens Advice, a network of UK charities, has today published a Frontier report assessing the impact of introducing minimum energy efficiency standards on tenants in the private rented sector in the UK.
Frontier employees have been recognised for their charitable giving with a gold Payroll Giving Quality Mark.
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.
The Czech government has won the first of seven investment treaty cases against international investors in solar photo-voltaic (PV) power plants, as reported today in Global Arbitration Review.
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.