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In the second of a series of special election bulletins, published today, Frontier (Europe) examines the causes and possible cures of the UK’s dismal productivity performance. Zero inflation, rising output and record employment may sound like a recipe for optimism on the health of the UK economy, but the longer term outlook is more worrying. […]
David Bothe, Manager in the energy practice at Frontier (Europe), will chair a session at a conference to be held in Hamburg on 1st and 2nd of July 2015. The conference, organised by Euroforum, will examine security of supply in the gas sector. Participants who register via Frontier will receive a special discount.
There is growing recognition of the case for using “wellbeing” or “life satisfaction” as the overall measure of a country’s prosperity And, for Britain, there is some reason for cheer: official data suggest that people have seen improvements in wellbeing over the past three years. In a new bulletin, Frontier (Europe) Chairman Gus O’Donnell looks into the evidence and asks what impact, if any, it will have on the upcoming general election.
In a new briefing published today, Frontier (Europe) and Lane Clark & Peacock (LCP) examine the results of the first competitive auction for Contracts for Difference (CfDs), the primary support mechanism to incentivise low-carbon generation in the UK. The results of the auction were announced in February. The briefing goes on to assess the outlook for future allocation rounds to 2020.