Study  |  16 February 2011

UK Energy Policy and the End of Market Fundamentalism

Ian Rutledge and Philip Wright (eds)

For the past 25 years the UK has been very influential worldwide in how governments should manage their energy industries and it is therefore important that a shop window should be opened onto the granular reality of UK experience, as opposed to its complacent ideological projection. The consequences of an energy policy dominated almost entirely by “the market” are now becoming increasingly evident, to the detriment of both business and household consumers. Domestic and industrial energy prices continue to rise, fuel poverty is once again on the increase and concern grows over the UK’s future energy security.

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