How local electricity pricing could aid the pursuit of net zero emissions

Michael Holder
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Credit: Mat Fascione / Lincs Offshore Wind Farm / CC BY-SA 2.0
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Credit: Mat Fascione / Lincs Offshore Wind Farm / CC BY-SA 2.0

Policy Exchange report explores how energy market reforms could save customers £50bn on bills by 2050 while supporting green manufacturing and offshore wind deployment

Reforming power pricing to take better account of regional patterns of supply and demand could hold the key to accelerating the development of a net zero emission electricity system, collectively saving...

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