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Latest from CEPA
CEPA’s expansion continues across its offices
Increasing demand for CEPA's support and advice drives a growth in consulting team numbers.
Ofgem consult on cost assessment tools & techniques
Ofgem has published a consultation on the cost assessment tools and techniques it intends to apply in setting the RIIO-2 price controls.
Global Infrastructure Hub publishes guidance on infrastructure banks
Guidance has been published to assist governments interested in establishing, or reforming, a national infrastructure bank or a similar financing facility.
Applying the ‘no-one worse off’ criterion
Laura Grobicki has contributed to an article published in the journal 'AIDS', related to the HIV allocative efficiency modelling work she undertook in Togo.
Report for the ongoing evaluation of the New Reg process published
The Australian Energy Regulator has published a second insights report that CEPA prepared for the ongoing evaluation of AusNet Services' trial of the New Reg process.
Highways benchmarking: pavement condition
CEPA, alongside TRL, have twice been commissioned by the Office of Rail and Road to assess how pavement condition is measured.
Highways - Efficiency review for the Office of Rail and Road
CEPA commissioned to support review of Highways England’s proposed efficiencies and to perform a high-level analysis of the deliverability of the proposed enhancement programme.
Emission controls on trucks in Britain
Ivan Viehoff's briefing note about emission controls, including decarbonisation, of freight transport in Britain over the next 30 years.
How to regulate fibre service providers
The New Zealand Commerce Commission published its emerging views on regulating the fibre service providers.
Technical support to AGRA’s policy team on micro reforms
CEPA was appointed by AGRA to provide additional training and technical support provided to its Micro Reforms for African Agribusiness (MIRA) team.
Competitiveness assessment of the Tanzanian tea sector
CEPA worked together with the Wood Foundation to complete a comprehensive study of the competitiveness the tea sector in Tanzania.
Evaluation of community, human rights and gender interventions
CEPA was appointed to develop an evaluation framework and methodology to help the Stop TB Partnership to evaluate its community, human rights and gender focused work.
Setting Highways England’s Performance Specification
CEPA has been advising the Department for Transport about how to set the performance regime which is used to monitor and assess the performance of Highways England.
Technical support to complete impact assessments of investments
CEPA, in partnership with Kantar Public East Africa, was engaged by the IFC and GAFSP to assess the impact of multiple investments in Tanzania and Senegal.
Global Infrastructure Hub Consultation
A draft guidance note developed by the Global Infrastructure Hub in collaboration with CEPA, has been published for consultation.
CEPA feature as a guest speaker at annual energy conference
Ben Shafran, a consultant who specialises in energy policy and regulation, will feature as a guest speaker at the 2019 UKERC Annual Conference.
Utility Regulator publishes approach papers for its price control
The Utility Regulator in preparation for its price control (PC21), has published its PC21 Opex ‘minded to’ Methodology and PC21 Capex 'minded to' Methodology.