NEW IDEAS for CHANGE
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
is a research fellow at IPPR.
is a senior research fellow at IPPR.
The author would like to thank John Rhys, senior research fellow at theOxford Institute for Energy Studies, who was a valued contributor tothis report. The author would also like to thank Glenn Gottfried for hiscontribution to the analysis as well as Will Blyth, Martin Young, HannahMummery, Gillian Cooper, Catherine Waddams, Catherine Mitchell,Michael Pollitt, Dieter Helm, Alastair McGirr and Tony Bendell. Thanks also to Will Straw, Nick Pearce and Tony Dolphin for theirthoughts on earlier drafts of this report. We would also like tothank Ovo Energy for their generous support of this project.
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