UK Energy Review

The much-anticipated UK government's Energy Review published in July gave a boost to investment in renewable energy, showed increased government support for carbon trading, and eased the path towards new nuclear build. However, its lack of decisiveness has left many market participants with a sense of anticlimax.

"It's been a little bit of a disappointment, insofar that it has put forward few concrete plans," says Chris Bowden, chief executive of UK-based energy procurement and risk

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