EU Energy Union unlikely to be hindered by Brexit

As talks on Brexit reach a critical juncture, the impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU has prompted increased scrutiny of the potential impact on the bloc’s cornerstone energy policies and climate targets

As talks on Brexit reach a critical juncture, the impact of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU has prompted increased scrutiny of the potential impact on the bloc’s cornerstone energy policies and climate targets.

The departure of a prominent renewable energy producer and major contributor to the bloc’s energy institutions is a major convulsion for the EU’s Energy Union policy package, which aims to reduce electricity bills, increase security of supply and decarbonise power generation.  

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