UK power market risks losing more liquidity unless structural change introduced

A closed shop?

A closed shop for UK power

The UK power market, which has for several years lagged behind the large European markets in terms of traded volumes and churn, has seen a significant drop in churn and contraction in products traded in recent months, leading to concerns that new players are even less able to enter and that the market is stagnating.

Uncertainty about economic growth, a withdrawal of some of the investment banks from the power sector and increased regulatory risk, particularly in the form of the sweeping UK

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