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Latest from CEPA
Ofwat’s vision for the 2024 price review (PR24)
We take a look at: What have we learned about Ofwat’s thinking? What changes are proposed? Where do we expect engagement? And what will water companies need to do?
Australian Energy Regulator considers the links between the risk-free rate & market risk premium
The AER asked us to advise on the approach to estimating the Market Risk Premium (MRP) for the 2022 review of the Rate of Return Instrument. Specifically, we were asked whether there is a relationship between the risk-free rate (RfR) and MRP.
Senior consultant - cost assessment
We are looking for an outstanding individual who can play a senior role in our cost assessment and efficiency benchmarking practice.
Views invited on barriers to demand-side flexibility in the GB energy sector
CEPA and the Energy Systems Catapult have been appointed by BEIS to carry out a study on energy price signals, as part of BEIS’s Alternative Energy Markets programme.
Appraising options for mitigating aviation noise
EU Regulation 598/2014 (“EU598”), requires that a “Balanced Approach” be taken to managing aviation noise, with operating restrictions only being introduced once other measures have been fully considered.
Consultation on Minded to Positions for ‘fast-tracked’ charging options published by Ofgem
Ofgem publishes consultation under the Access and Forward-looking Charges Significant Code Review with our Quantitative Analysis and Methodology reports alongside.
The new Build Back Better (B3W) initiative
In light of the recent announcements from the G7 regarding the B3W initiative, we have prepared a briefing note that focuses on how G7 countries can mobilise private finance for infrastructure in lower and middle income countries.
Ofwat publishes further CEPA report on allocation of risk
Our latest report for Ofwat supports its early thinking on the design of the next water sector price review, PR24.
Ofwat outlines its initial views about the Price Review frameworks for 2024 (PR24) and beyond
The regulator of the water sector in England & Wales has published a consultation response, which discusses its high-level ideas for maximising the potential of price reviews to help the sector create value for customers, communities, and the environment.
Independent review of water affordability
CCW, a body that represents water consumers in England and Wales, has published its review of the affordability support for financially vulnerable water customers.
Assessment of proposed electricity trading arrangements between the UK and EU
Working with international partners, we have delivered a cost benefit analysis of proposed arrangements for day-ahead trading of capacity on electricity interconnectors between GB and other markets following the UK’s departure from the EU.
Evaluation of ‘Innovation Link’ Ofgem’s innovation support programme
The Innovation Link is Ofgem’s main support programme for innovators looking to launching novel propositions. It offers regulatory guidance as well as trials and derogations, contributing to an enabling and adaptive regulatory environment to benefit consumers and support the UK’s transition to net zero.
A new approach to the financing of public infrastructure
A major impact of COVID-19 has been a significant increase in the amount of borrowing by the UK government. This will likely have reduced the fiscal headroom available to the government to deliver its desire to ‘level up’ through an expansive infrastructure programme.
Senior global health consultant sought
We are currently recruiting a senior level global health consultant with a minimum of 10 years’ relevant work experience to contribute to leadership of the Global Health team in London.
CEPA’s Impact Assessment helps industry to determine merits of Electricity Meter Splitting
CEPA’s analysis of the impacts of proposed modification P379 has helped the industry to better understand the merits and drawbacks of introducing electricity meter splitting. Our findings led to the proposer withdrawing the modification.
Director of CEPA Energy Modelling Ltd to speak at launch of Energy & Climate report
The independent European think tank, CERRE, will host an event on 16 March to launch its Energy and Climate report, “Electricity and gas coupling in a decarbonised economy”.
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