Brexit & the future of EU-UK energy relationship

Negotiations on the UK’s departure from the European Union moved on to the next phase on transitional arrangements and the future relationship at the end of 2017.

This paper sets out the energy industry’s position on the priorities for the future framework agreement. Energy UK believes that any future arrangement between the UK and the EU should include a dedicated energy and climate chapter to ensure the smooth functioning of energy markets, the continued free flow of energy, and cooperation on the joint ambition to combat climate change in as cost-effective way as possible for customers and businesses.




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