Leaving the EU suggests three clear options with the best one staying within the Internal Energy Market (IEM). However, this may be dependent on accepting other options on immigration policy politically unpalatable to the Brexit camp. Whatever happens, a potentially damaging period of uncertainty looks inevitable.

Ahead of the referendum on the 23rd of June, FTI Intelligence examines the possible implications of the UK leaving the EU and the potential future integration of the UK with Europe’s energy markets in this Spark – Energy Insights, Brexit’s Impacts on the UK’s Energy Market.

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