Tony Lodge

(Contributor)

Tony Lodge is a research fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS). He is author of the CPS pamphlet Clean Coal – A Clean, Affordable Alternative.

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Do we need to prioritise domestic energy production and reduce electricity imports from the EU? [...]

27 October
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"I want to see an energy policy that emphasises the reliability of supply and lower costs for users.” Just two days before [...]

1 August
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News that the French decision to build the Hinkley C power station has been put back yet again is another blow to Britain’s [...]

26 April
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The stakes are high with these projects, and politics can often influence their progress. Thomas Piquemal’s resignation reportedly [...]

8 March
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George Osborne told Conservative Party Conference four years ago: “We’re not going to save the planet by putting our country [...]

16 December
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If we’d allowed the existing subsidy arrangement to continue, we could have ended up with more projects than we can afford [...]

19 June
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Richard Branson’s famous guerrilla campaign to break British Airways’s grip on Heathrow Airport is safe in history as a victory [...]

23 October
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RARELY have we seen a policy shrouded in so many what-ifs. The much-anticipated announcement that new French-designed atomic [...]

23 October

THE DEBATE over Britain’s abundant shale gas reserves is welcome. It reflects an acknowledgement, at last, by policymakers [...]

13 August

IN 1956, the Queen flicked a switch and Britain’s first nuclear generated electricity surged into homes from the Magnox reactor [...]

29 October

THE revelation that George Osborne wants fossil fuels to remain a key and important supplier of Britain’s electricity generation [...]

24 July

OVER twenty years since Britain laid the groundwork for electricity privatisation and delivered the most liberalised electricity [...]

25 January