15th Apr 2019
I’m taking the unusual step of adding a photograph to my weekly blog this week, now let me explain why and what’s the context.
8th Apr 2019
It feels a bit under siege at the moment, partly due to entirely valid debate about how to decarbonise the UK and partly due to those see...
1st Apr 2019
The Brothers Grimm are associated with fairy-stories, make believe tales that fascinate children. The harsher reality is that they are ac...
25th Mar 2019
I confess to using Twitter and occasionally I’ve been known to be provocative and stir things up – all in a good cause of cou...
18th Mar 2019
During Bill Clinton’s first Presidential election campaign, his team were determined to keep the focus on what they knew mattered &...
11th Mar 2019
I rarely use this blog to heap praise on EUA and the team, we’re all a modest bunch here in Kenilworth. But today I’ll make a...
4th Mar 2019
Last week’s Climate Change Committee report certainly created the headlines, and believe me that wasn’t accidental. There is...
25th Feb 2019
I have a confession to make, some weeks I struggle to write my blog, not certain if there is anything to comment on. This isn’t one...
18th Feb 2019
There’s a great phrase, it’s meant to flush out BS and get to the facts – “put your money where your mouth is&rdq...
11th Feb 2019
It’s an old adage, and despite what you might think about their choice, politicians only perish when they think the voters are wron...
4th Feb 2019
OK, it wasn’t a Polar Vortex, more a typical cold snap to be expected when you live in the northern part of the hemisphere, but the...
28th Jan 2019
I’ve lost count of the times I’ve heard energy “experts” glibly speak of low hanging fruit regarding decarbonisat...
21st Jan 2019
A politician once declared his three priorities to be “education, education, education”, how right he was then and how right...
14th Jan 2019
It’s not often I take a pop at the regulator, Ofgem, but this week I will do.
8th Jan 2019
Firstly, Happy New Year and I hope you all had a good festive break. For those who kept the gas flowing, the lights on and worked through...
10th Dec 2018
Like a large proportion of the male population I have a degree of colour blindness – not the bold primary colours but the more subt...
3rd Dec 2018
Firstly a given, energy efficiency, using fewer units to deliver the same outputs is good for consumers. It’s good for the environm...
26th Nov 2018
I’m going to pose the industry a question, not sure of the answer I’ll get and I’m doing so at the risk of causing some...
19th Nov 2018
I attended a very interesting lecture last week entitled “Beyond nationalisation and privatisation to the democratic public enterpr...
12th Nov 2018
Not that long ago, gas was going to be phased out and the energy trilemma was giving Ministers a headache. Once again last week, we saw h...
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