As Europe advances, where now for Nordic electricity?

Continental Europe’s electricity markets are ascending – could they eclipse the Nordic region? Joel Hanley speaks with industry experts, who claim the Nordic model remains the best

Players in the Nordic electricity sector are used to being thought of as cutting edge – the market there is perhaps the most evolved in the world. But deregulation and the subsequent development of electricity trading markets in some countries in continental Europe could result in a dimming of the Nordic region’s reputation over the next 24 months, participants fear. “Everything can be easily forgotten,” says Ragnar Ottosen, president and chief executive officer of Oslo-based portfolio

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