UK Energy Review – still in search of an energy policy?

In this comment, Malcolm Keay looks at the recently published UK Energy Review and asks whether it amounts to a coherent energy policy. He suggests that it is unlikely to be the final word on the matter – it leaves a trail of unfinished business and fails to address the fundamental question of how energy policy objectives can be implemented in a liberalised market.

By: Malcolm Keay

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