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  1. Gus O’Donnell to become Chair of Pro Bono Economics

    Gus O’Donnell, Chairman of Frontier (Europe), will be joining Pro Bono Economics (PBE) as Chair of the Board of Trustees. PBE is the charity that matches highly skilled economist volunteers with charities and social enterprises, providing the expertise that helps them answer questions about measurement, results, impact and value of their work. 

  2. Overcoming behavioural barriers to increase energy efficiency in the heating sector

    The German energy journal Energiewirtschaftliche Tagesfragen has published a new article by Frontier (Europe) which considers how behavioural insights can make policies to promote energy efficiency in the heating sector more effective and less reliant on government funding.

  3. Do airports have market power? New Frontier aviation bulletin published

    Frontier (Europe’s) latest aviation bulletin considers some of the factors that should be taken into account in that market power assessment.

  4. What’s in IT? – New Frontier Economics Bulletin

    Frontier (Europe) has today published a new bulletin “What’s in IT?”, focusing on the economics of trade reform.

  5. Ofgem publishes Frontier report on the RIIO-ED1 Stakeholder Engagement and Consumer Vulnerability Incentive

    Ofgem, the UK energy regulator, has today opened an informal consultation on its guidance in relation to the RIIO-ED1 Stakeholder Engagement and Consumer Vulnerability Incentive. To help inform this consultation, Ofgem published a report by Frontier developing and trialling the framework for assessing how DNOs’ actions affect customer vulnerability.

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