The UKRN-LTIIA conference brings together regulators, investors and infrastructure bodies

The UK Regulators Network and the Long-Term Infrastructure Investors Association (LTIIA) jointly held a third conference on UK infrastructure regulation on 6 June 2018. The half-day event, hosted by Pinsent Masons, brought together executives representing UK regulators, institutional investors in

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Today we are publishing our latest Cost of Capital – Annual Update Report and a UKRN position paper on the use of inflation indices

2018 UKRN Annual Update Report This year’s Cost of Capital – Annual Update Report follows those we published in 2017 and 2016 and is researched and written by the UKRN Cost of Capital Network. Participating regulators are signed up to

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We have published the UKRN’s Forward Work Programme for 2018/19

Since its inception, in 2014, the UKRN has been focused on strengthening the relationships between its members. Its new strategy, which came in effect in April 2017, is designed to promote the role and value of economic regulation and encourage

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UKRN’s Annual Conference 2018 explores data, technology, innovation and best practice

The UK Regulators Network held its third annual conference on 23 April 2018, which brought together 120 representatives from the UKRN’s 12 member regulators, government departments, think tanks and other stakeholders. Opening the conference, UKRN Chair and Ofgem CEO Dermot

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Estimating the cost of capital for implementation of price controls by UK regulators

The UK Regulators Network (UKRN) has today published a report written by an independent study team into aspects of the way in which economic regulators set allowances for the cost of capital in price controls. The study has been sponsored by

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Opportunity to join the UKRN’s Expert Panel

UKRN is advertising for a member to join its Expert Panel. The UKRN Expert panel currently consists of four independent advisors who hold expertise in different fields, including finance, competition and consumer issues. The Panel advises the CEOs groups and

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Mental health: exploring opportunities to improve service in regulated sectors

The UK Regulators are committed to ensuring consumers in vulnerable circumstances receive the support they need from providers of essential services. To this end, we came together at Money and Mental Health Policy Institute with various consumer bodies at the

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Making better use of data: identifying customers in vulnerable situations

UKRN blog: Making better use of data: identifying customers in vulnerable situations We are living in an increasingly technologically driven, data rich and digital world.  UK regulators want companies in regulated sectors to harness this data, intelligence and insight to

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Regulators join together to encourage more help for vulnerable customers from energy and water providers

UKRN news release: People who find themselves in vulnerable circumstances, such as those with a long-term illness or a disability, could stand to benefit from greater sharing of non-financial data between their energy and water providers. A report produced by

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Better use of data and information sharing to identify customers in vulnerable situations – August project update

Ofwat and Ofgem, through the UK Regulators Network (UKRN), are working together to explore the potential benefits, opportunities and challenges of sharing data across water and energy, to better identify customers in vulnerable situations. Our work so far has shown

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