25th August 2011

UK electricity market reform: the local input

Alex McLean and Alan Bissett consider how the changes could skew the merit order for local generators and end ROCs in Northern Ireland. It is an […]
10th February 2012

SSE & Airricity – driving competition

With a market capitalisation of around £12 billion, and employing almost 20,000 staff, SSE plc is the broadest-based energy utility in the UK and Ireland. The […]
10th February 2012

Carson McDowell – competition in the sector

Dorit McCann outlines the local relevance of UK and EU judgements. UK and EU competition law prohibit two main types of anti-competitive activity: (i) arrangements between […]
3rd May 2012

SEM leads the way for reform – David Newbery

Leading energy economist David Newbery tells Owen McQuade how the Irish Single Electricity Market (SEM) example should influence British electricity reform and calls for the Republic […]