This report summarises key themes emerging from the Energy Technologies Institute’s (ETI) project ‘Enabling efficient networks for low carbon futures’. The project aimed to explore the options for reforming the governance and regulatory arrangements to enable major changes to, and investment in, the UK’s energy network infrastructures. ETI commissioned four expert perspectives on the challenges and options facing the UK.
Summaries of the papers produced in carrying out this project are contained in the appendix to this paper and the full papers are published alongside this summary paper.
Energy governance and regulation frameworks – time for a change ? Keith MacLean, February 2016
Enabling efficient future energy networks – what governance and regulation will be needed in 2030 ?. Robert Hull, February 2016
Enabling efficient networks for low carbon futures. Jorge Vasconcelos, February 2016
Markets, Policy and Regulation in a Low Carbon Future. John Rhys, January 2016