Wednesday, 9 May 2012


This article in the Telegraph looks at the damaging policy on energy still being pursued by the UK government unveiled in today's Queen's Speech. This seems at odds with the main aim of the government which is to stimulate economic growth. With this energy policy it is going to be much harder.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Unfortunately, the energy rate increase gradually has become a global epidemic.
The other hand, privatization has its own culture. Here, the investor does not acquire its profitability, the investment will never arrive.
Financial incentives can contribute to job creation. Stabilize energy prices will lead to the development of subsidy policies. People tend to socialist policies in Europe is the hallmark of the correctness of this interpretation.
If employment is the ultimate goal, which forms the exquisite degree of any government policy and is a good thing, governments will have no choice but to pay subsidies to the energy sector.