UK-EU power market integration in doubt after Brexit

Exclusion from market coupling could prove costly for UK

UK power - Electricity Market Reform
UK faces shut-out from institutions leading EU power market integration

Concerns are mounting that the UK's shock vote on June 23 to leave the European Union will set back initiatives to integrate the country's power market with those of the continent.

Ironically, the UK has long been at the forefront of efforts to create a single EU-wide electricity market, touting the efficiency gains of integration as the best way to achieve lower electricity prices and supply security. While no-one expects the country's desire for integration to dwindle in the wake of Brexit

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