Posted by Dr Paul Maryan, Ricardo Energy & Environment Managing Consultant on 21 December 2016We all know that in mythology, Goblins are mischievous, ugly, dwarf-like creatures, while the elf is a small, delicate and elusive. What the hell has this got to do with industrial decarbonisation in the coming decade I hear you cry though a mouthful of mince pie?
Posted by Dr Paul Maryan, Ricardo Energy & Environment Managing Consultant on 24 May 2016With 2050 Decarbonisation Roadmaps set to become the central focus for the UK’s industrial energy policy, Paul Maryan asks: what is expected of industry and how can businesses prepare?
Posted by Raphael Sibille, Senior Consultant on 13 May 2016Support for the lowest cost and most widespread renewable energy technologies has been reduced by the UK government since the general election last year. Solar farms and onshore wind have been singled out for special attention and have been excluded from vital subsidy mechanisms. Cuts to the feed-in tariff have made smaller projects a challenge. Success has come at a price.
Posted by Thomas Amram, Consultant on 9 October 2015Aimed at de-mystifying the topic for industry experts and newcomers alike, power network expert Thomas Amram explores the fundamentals of 'wheeling charge' and the importance of choosing a system that secures the best deal for network providers, asset owners and users
Posted by Sarah Carter, Managing Consultant on 6 May 2015Last month I attended the Utility Week Live conference in Birmingham to deliver a presentation on how Distribution Network Operators (DNOs) may need to change their business models as we transition to a low carbon future.