The Department for Education (DfE) has today published Frontier (Europe)’s study on the cost of apprenticeships.
The UK Government has today announced its support for a third runway at Heathrow, confirming the unanimous view of the Airports Commission which reported last year.
Dr Christoph Riechmann of Frontier (Europe) presented today at a meeting of the Chairmen of the Energy Regulators Regional Associaton (ERRA) in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Today, the German government has approved changes to the Combined Heat and Power (CHP) Act.
Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe), has today been awarded the Fellowship of the Academy of Social Sciences, along with 83 other leading social scientists.
The four German transmission system operators (TSOs) today announced the renewable energy levy for 2017 of 6.88 cents/kilowatt hour (kWh), an increase of 8.3% compared with 2016.
Frontier (Europe) has today published a new bulletin, “All change”, exploring how the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is approaching the review of long-standing merger remedies.
The Committee on Climate Change (CCC) today published a report by Frontier (Europe) in collaboration with Aqua Consultants, looking at the challenges for regulating the UK Gas Grid in the future.
In an article in today’s issue of German broadsheet Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) Christoph Riechmann and David Bothe of Frontier (Europe) discuss the future of natural gas as a heating source in an increasingly decarbonized world.
Michael Ridge, Director in the Public Policy Practice at Frontier (Europe), has been appointed to the Council of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
The German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BWMi) and the German regulator of Electricity, Gas, Telecommunications, Post and Railway (BNetzA) today published a joint press release to announce that the first cross-border auction with Denmark for free-field photovoltaic (PV) plants will be held on 15th November.
Germany’s energy regulator, the Bundesnetzagentur (BNetzA), has today published its decision on the allowed cost of equity for electricity and gas networks in Germany.
Chris Cuttle, of Frontier (Europe), today spoke at the Forecasting Air Transport conference in Cologne, hosted by the German Aviation Research Society in co-operation with Airbus and the German Institute of Air Transport and Airport Research (DLR).
Tesco has today released its latest results covering the first half of 2016. Like for like sales in the UK are up 0.6%, and operating profits are up 38% on the back of improving customer performance.
Frontier (Europe) has today published a new bulletin, ‘There’ll Be an App For That’, which explores possible changes in the retail banking industry.
Dr Fernando Barrera of Frontier (Europe) presented today at the European Energy Law Conference, a joint initiative between the Florence School of Regulation and the Hellenic Energy Regulation Institute.
Today, the Swiss Parliament has adopted the first package of measures of the “Energy Strategy 2050”.
Accenture has today published a report analysing the scope and potential economic impact of artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced automation across 12 major economies.
The German Federal Ministry of Economics (BMWi) today published a study by Frontier (Europe) and engineering consultancy BET on the implications of introducing a dynamic renewable energy levy in Germany.
An Post, Ireland’s universal postal service provider, has been subject to a 5-year price cap since 2014 for certain universal postal services.