Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Drax solo

There’s been a lot of discussion over the past month about the first-ever deployment of the UK treasury’s state guarantee instrument for privately financed infrastructure projects: a £75 million guarantee covering a portion of the roughly £800 million financing for the Drax … Continue reading

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My infrastructure article in Total Politics: one last plug

For those who couldn’t quite make it to the end of my last blogpost, I have had an article published in the April issue of Total Politics magazine: “Reassuringly Expensive: Infrastructure and Politicians”. It talks about why infrastructure appeals to politicians and what … Continue reading

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