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Open Energy: information and the market

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by Robert Johnston, @robertj55 nformation comes in many forms with various claims to ownership. The volume of data and the variety of contexts that transform it into information and knowledge has evolved beyond recognition since Hayek’s seminal work on “The use of knowledge in society”.  However, the importance of the availability of knowledge to the […]

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The Core Vote

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by Aria Babu, @Utilit_Aria Through the feeds of politics-internet I haven’t been able to escape the BMG research on the UK’s political clans (find out yours here). If you’ve managed to escape the discussion there’s more information in The Independent (and a more in depth report here), but basically it splits people into ten values […]

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Orange Bookers

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This article originally appeared on Co-Chair Andy Briggs’ Medium blog, you can view the blog post here. According to recent research done by BMG, there are 10 distinct ‘clans’ of British voters based on the values that they hold. It was no surprise to me that I belong to the ‘Orange Booker’ clan, but many […]