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UK votes to leave the EU: implications for power and renewables

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27 June 2016

UK votes to leave the EU: implications for power and renewables

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The UK has voted to leave the European Union. In this Inform we supplement our commentary on the economic and energy implications of Brexit with thoughts about the repercussions for the UK's power and renewables market. The UK’s commitment to address climate change is formalised by the Climate Change Act and this will survive EU exit. But the country’s decision raises question marks over growth in renewable power, pricing, interconnection and imports.

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