Time for an NWE approach

Mark Pengelly - Energy Risk

The creation of a single European energy market by 2014 is a goal that shows plenty of ambition – and one that should deliver real benefits to firms and consumers across the European Union (EU).

A critical element of this is power market coupling, which brings together transmission capacity allocation and electricity trading between countries and regions, allowing cross-border capacity to be used more efficiently and opening the door to a single electricity price. But despite a number of success

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