Catherine Mitchell

Women and energy: It is time to even things up a bit

Combine the difficulties of women in academia with the conservative, big tech world of energy and one can see that there are substantial issues that have to be overcome in energy: women have to be chosen for jobs but also those jobs have to be enjoyable and attractive to women, writes Catherine Mitchell.

A recent Ernst and Young report has shown that […]

Britain needs an overhaul in the way it implements and makes decisions about energy policy

In Germany, wholesale energy prices have fallen 50% since 2008. As the UK energy debate rages on, Catherine Mitchell argues that the process of energy policy decision-making and implementation needs to change so that the benefits of innovation come through in this country. When in doubt announce another review.  In this case, the Energy Market Review – even though Electricity […]