Brexit could impact heavily on UK energy and climate policy

A vote to leave the EU could entangle the UK’s crucial power sector in years of uncertainty, higher investment costs and risk weaker climate ambitions, say economists

by Paul Hatchwell
Brexit could lead to the UK's isolation from EU policy discussion and higher costs in meeting climate targets and energy security, say economists. Photograph: Immanuel Giel CC BY-SA 3.0
Brexit could lead to the UK's isolation from EU policy discussion and higher costs in meeting climate targets and energy security, say economists. Photograph: Immanuel Giel CC BY-SA 3.0

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