UK Energy Hub
Energy to build a better Britain
As the UK heads toward a low-carbon economy, managing energy needs in a complex and somewhat unpredictable sector has become increasingly critical to business success. The Hub is home to our latest informed, independent thinking from teams across the energy landscape: Power & Utilities | Renewables | Oil & Gas | Mining & Metals | Water | Energy Optimisation
Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index: October 2017
Digitisation, decentralisation and decarbonisation promise to transform the retail energy market. Read the full renewables report.
Pipes & Wires September 2017
BEIS’s independent review, the CATO regime, Ofwat's new cost sharing incentive, and should half hourly settlement be mandatory for domestic and smaller non-domestic customers?
Power transactions and trends Q2 2017
Q2 transactions involved a high number of low-value deals, many in renewables and new energy.
Future of Energy Series: Managing uncertainty in the energy sector
Five key trends are impacting the energy industry – which will drive significant change.
The role of nuclear power in the UK
Affordable nuclear power needs a robust execution strategy, social awareness, and relationship with suppliers and local partners.
When customers can power themselves, will they need energy suppliers?
Today's energy customers are more powerful than ever before. They are taking a lead in redefining the industry and driving a revolution in energy. We look at how to stay ahead.
EY UK Energy on Twitter
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Our points of view
7 August 2017
7 August 2017
David Lister and Rob Haden
4 July 2017
21 June 2017
17 May 2017
17 May 2017
Ben Warren, RECAI Chief Editor and UK&I Energy Corporate Finance Leader, discusses the findings and the emerging unshackling of the renewables sector in the latest RECAI index.
Throughout the year, global macroeconomic factors created huge uncertainty and volatility, and the disciplines instilled through this experience will no doubt continue to influence strategies into 2017.
Ben Warren, RECAI Chief Editor, UK&I Energy Corporate Finance Leader, discusses the findings and emerging markets in the latest RECAI index.
Utilities face increased competition from tech and telecom players in the evolution of the connected home. How can they make the most of the opportunity? We look at how to stay ahead.
Power & Utilities
Head of Power & Utilities, UK&I Transaction Advisory Services
+44 (0)121 535 2921
Mining & Metals
Global Mining & Metals Leader, Transaction Advisory Services
+44 (0)20 7951 2178
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