The Health Services Journal today published an article by Matthew Bell that considers the reaction of healthcare providers to changes in income arising from commissioning decisions or choices by the public.
Ofgem, the GB energy markets regulator has today published its final proposals for the distribution price control review 5 (DPCR5), which sets limits on the charges that the operators of Britain’s electricity distribution network are able to apply from April 2010 to April 2015.
Antti Lemberg has joined Frontier (Europe) as a Manager to expand its strategy practice and capabilities in the financial services sector.
Telecommunications regulators around the world are considering the options for regulating investment in next generation access (NGA) technologies – in particular, the provison of optical fibre connections closer to the home.
The Government has today announced the details of the £8bn programme to fit smart electricity and gas meters in every home in Britain by 2020.
Does Germany need one uniform power grid company rather than 4 regional operators?
Ofcom has published an initial consultation on the extent to which BT’s pension costs should be recoverable via the charges for regulated wholesale services.
Frontier staff from the London office participated in a community volunteering event with the London Wildlife Trust.
The OFT has today given unconditional clearance to the completed acquisition by C&C Group of the Tennent’s business from AB InBev.
Utility Week has today published an article by Dan Roberts and Sarah Deasley of Frontier (Europe) on the challenges of incentivising networks to cope with future challenges, including climate change and the development of “smart grids”.
Ofwat, the UK water industry regulator, has released its final price limits for water and sewerage charges for 2010 to 2015.
Eurelectric, the European electricity sector association, held a workshop on “The Business Challenges of Distribution Companies: Finance, Regulation & Smart Metering” in Brussels on 26th November 2009.
The UK’s Financial Services Authority (FSA) has announced the appointment of Baroness Hogg as one of five new senior advisors who will assist the regulator with its work on ensuring good governance in the financial sector.
The UK Government has published the findings of its review of the so-called “crown jewel” list of events that should be safeguarded for free-to-air television.
Today Ofgem, Britain’s energy and gas regulator, published a report by Frontier (Europe) presenting analysis of how proposed changes to the way new generation would access the British electricity transmission system might affect the costs of managing congestion on the system.
Dr Fernando Barrera, Associate Director in our Madrid office, addressed the Colombian Electricity Annual Conference on the recently created reliability auctions.
Lasse Nagel, a consultant at Frontier (Europe), gave a presentation at the ITS MENA Conference 2009 on “Telecommunications in the Broader Society: Maximising the Benefits and Reducing the Risks”, held in the Kingdom of Bahrain (26-28 October 2009).
BAA has agreed to sell Gatwick Airport to Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) for £1.51bn.
George Houpis, director of the telecoms practice at Frontier (Europe), presented at the 2009 “Communications and Competition Law” conference on spectrum and competition in the mobile sector.
Tesco has pledged to introduce “Buy One Get One Free – Later” and to help households lower their energy bills among a string of new measures to help consumers and suppliers reduce their carbon emissions.