Impact of Brexit: Briefing 7 in the key questions for RIIO-GD2 and T2 series

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6th August 2017
The uncertainty that comes with Brexit – be it in financial markets, the UK economy or the energy sector – could make it harder for network companies and Ofgem to “get it right” at the next price control review. The regulator faces difficult decisions about how to allocate the related risks, and how to protect consumers’ interests in both the short- and long-term without making the RIIO framework unduly complex.

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By:
Patrick Taylor
Patrick Taylor is a director and energy economist experienced in advising regulators and utility companies on regulatory regimes and network charging. He has supported various players in the energy industry on price control issues, incentive design, and on developing and evaluating new regimes.

Paget Fulcher
Paget Fulcher is a managing consultant who is experienced in economic and financial modelling in the context of economic regulation, public policy analysis and transactions advisory. He has worked on issues across the energy industry, including the cost of capital, inflation and real price effects, and incentive design.