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UK reaffirm clean energy commitment

Sunday, 20 November 2016

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“Brexit does not change the advantages of linking our electricity market with those of Europe. This trade is mutually beneficial for British business and consumers, and for our European counterparts. In any negotiation, you find a fixed point of mutual common ground.”

Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Secretary Greg Clark announced both commitment and changes in Governments climate and energy plans in his speech at the annual Energy UK Conference on November 9th.

“The changes to the auction system for CFDs announced yesterday underline that determination to focus on our strengths. And also, our determination to get costs down. Again, this is not just to protect consumers, but to build commercial momentum so we have a chance of delivering ...

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