Energy is integral to the economy. Industry relies on power to produce goods and services and move them from place to place. People depend on affordable and readily available energy in order to live and work.

Effective energy policy is a key tool in the battle against climate change as economies are compelled to move away from fossil fuel-based energy to a low- and zero-carbon system. However, while the world is still largely fossil fuel dependent, energy will remain a critical geopolitical issue as the centers of fossil fuel production and consumption fluctuate over time.

You need to understand the range of impacts of energy policy under different scenarios on greenhouse gas emissions, jobs, energy prices and the wider economy. We can advise on the effectiveness of different levels of ambition in the transition to low- and zero-carbon, as well as the impact of the transition on economies which are reliant on fossil fuel production.

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Jon Stenning Head of Energy & Environment [email protected]

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