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Key themes in the clean energy sector: what to expect in 2023

Having guided our clients through the turbulence of 2022, Lodestone’s team is well-placed to judge the key opportunities and threats likely to influence the year ahead. Over the coming weeks, keep an eye out for other sectoral deep-dives in areas including investment and technology.

Lodestone Associate Director, Harry Padfield, looks at some of the key trends in clean energy that we are likely to see in 2023.

After a turbulent year for energy markets in 2022 that prompted significant interventions and stimulus packages from governments across Europe and in the US there is likely to be a greater degree of stability this year – but the risk of price shocks that could derail policy objectives will remain.

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November 9th 2017

Play It Again, Sam

This is the Groundhog Day Government. Another week, another scandal, another minor reshuffle to paper over the cracks. Lessons learned? None. Hope of avoiding repetition? Zilch. Theresa May is doomed to go from one...
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November 2nd 2017

Chinese Radiation

In European philosophies of kingship, legitimacy is usually premised on some combination of blood, faith and a nod to parliamentary acceptability. The Chinese see things differently. For Emperors of China, legitimacy comes from another source...
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October 5th 2017

Isn’t It A Pity

The leadership of the Conservative Party hoped that their conference in Manchester this year would press pause. Pause on the deflation of Theresa May's authority as Prime Minister. Pause on Jeremy Corbyn's love affair...
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September 29th 2017

O Come, All Ye Faithful

What to make of Labour Conference? And what does it mean for the Tories as they gather, next week, for their own? The first thing to understand about the delegates who gathered in Brighton is...
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September 8th 2017

The Only Way is Up

For most politicians, the rough and tumble of the day-to-day means that tactics come first and strategy has to wait. Our MPs and ministers live in a state of perpetual motion when the House is...
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