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Post-Brexit implications for utilities

If anything is growing post-Brexit, it has to be an industry in predicting the implications. However, this is largely meaningless speculation until the terms of any new UK relationship with the EU has been negotiated. For example, will the UK be able to cherry pick which EU schemes it remains in. The current government might …

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EU Energy Strategy – social dimension

EU energy ministers adopted an energy strategy on 18 October.┬áThe unions have been critical as the strategy does not have a social dimension. They were concerned that further integration and market opening of the electricity and gas markets will have a negative impact on employment. The document does foresee that prices for domestic users will …

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