UK explores reform of national energy market

London explores tangible proposals for reforms, such as dividing renewable and fossil power in the national grid, to cut power prices for domestic rate payers.

Foto fra opførelsen af havvind i det britiske Hornsea-område. | Photo: WindEurope / PR

The British government is launching a reform package in an effort to reduce electricity prices, informs the UK’s Department for Business, Energy & Industry Strategy in a statement.

The Review of Electricity Market Arrangements (REMA) seeks to mitigate rising power prices in the longer term by carrying out a thorough study of the British energy market design.

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