Energy market participants have expressed doubt that European position limits proposals will achieve reductions in market volatility, and warned of unintended consequences for end-users' risk manage...
Healthy trading volumes and auction interest bode well for the BritNed interconnector, say European power market participants. Anna Reitman looks at the prospect of a spot market
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