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New electricity trading arrangements (NETA)

NETA is a system of bilateral trading between generators, suppliers and consumers on the UK market, the aim of which is to reduce wholesale electricity prices. Introduced in 2001, NETA became known as British Electricity Trading Transmission Arrangements (BETTA) in 2005.

* see also BETTA

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