EDF continued its capacity release programme with its 30th virtual power plant (VPP) auction held on 3rd December 2008.
The UK Competition Commission (CC) today published its provisional decision on remedies as part of its investigation into BAA’s airports.
Frontier (Europe) is working with a leading UK retailer to review the economics of its promotions, based on a detailed analysis of customer behaviour, competitor activity and commercial incentives.
Fernando Barrera, Associate Director of Frontier (Europe), will speak at the 5th annual meeting of the Colombian Association of Electricity Distributors (ASOCODIS) in Bogotá, Colombia, on December 4th and 5th.
Matt Hunt has joined Frontier (Europe) as a Manager to expand its capabilities in the telecommunications sector as well as in regulatory and competition economics across sectors.
Frontier (Europe) in collaboration with Expansión Conferencias today hosted a roundtable discussion on the productivity of the Spanish economy and structural reforms.
Today, BHP Billiton announced its intention to abandon its acquisition of Rio Tinto. BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto mine a range of commodities including iron ore, coal, uranium, aluminium and mineral sands.
José Carbajo, Associate Director of Frontier (Europe), presented at a conference organized by the supranational organisation Secretaria General Iberoamericana on the future of infrastructure public private partnerships in Latin America.
Cranfield University School of Management today published its annual Female FTSE Report for 2008, measuring the number of women directors on the corporate boards of the UK’s top 100 companies.
Today, the Cave Review of competition and innovation in water markets published its interim report, recommending that the Government introduces legislation to allow over 162,000 large public and private sector organisations in England and Wales choose their water and sewerage retailer for the first time.
Energiekamer, the Dutch energy regulator, today published its draft tariff proposals for electricity metering for 2009.
The UK Competition Commission (CC) has published its proposed remedies for increasing competition in the payment protection insurance (PPI) market.
On behalf of RWE, Frontier (Europe) has explored to what extent a level playing field exists in the European energy market, with a specific focus on power.
Frontier (Europe), which recently expanded its activities in Spain with the opening of a Madrid office, is organizing a roundtable discussion on the productivity of the Spanish economy and structural reforms.
Jorge Esteban León, an analyst with Frontier (Europe), was recently interviewed by the news service El Comercio del Ecuador about the effects of the global financial crisis on Spain and Latin America.
Today Cadbury plc, a global confectionary company, announced the appointment of Baroness Hogg as a Non-executive Director.
George Houpis, Director of Frontier’s (Europe) Telecommunications Practice, delivered the keynote speech to the Communications and Competition Law Conference in Brussels on competition issues in the mobile sector.
In a television documentary, the BBC investigated the case for the proposed barrage and tidal power station across the river Severn in the UK.
Today, the UK Competition Commission (CC) published further analysis conducted to help decide what remedies, if any, should be imposed to enhance competition in the supply of payment protection insurance (PPI).
Frontier (Europe) was commissioned by the European Low Fares Airline Association (ELFAA) to review research published jointly by the UK’s Department for Transport and Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs on the impact of the European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) on pricing and profits in the airline sector.