"There is much that still needs to be resolved” surrounding the UK’s climate and energy policies following leaving the European Union.
The House of Lords EU Environment sub-committee has released a new report, in part detailing its views on electricity pricing and trading post-Brexit.
Electricity prices in Britain have soared at the beginning of the month, with the post-Brexit market arrangements contributing to the spikes.
The first auction of the UK’s Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is to open in May 2021, with the auction calendar now published.
Brexit has led to reduced trading over Irish electricity interconnectors and increased the frequency of extreme prices .
TERRE implementation course set to be released early in 2021, with a TERRE-like mechanism operating in standalone mode being assessed.
The first week of 2021 has been a turbulent one for the UK’s energy market, with price spikes and tight margins keeping traders on their toes.
In an open letter, Ofgem has approved the use of the Balancing Mechanism Reporting Service (BMRS) for Great Britain following Brexit.
For the fifth installment of Current± Predicts, Green Energy UK's managing director Doug Steward takes a look back at the year that's been, and adds his two cents about what's to come.