Brexit negotiations have begun – with big implications for energy

The UK has officially begun to negotiate its EU exit. Changes to trade rules with the UK could have huge impacts on the energy sector, says the Danish Energy Association, which is closely following developments.

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After a long wait period, the UK has officially launched negotiations for its exit from the EU after Prime Minister Theresa May sent out an official letter to the European Council, which represents EU member companies. A letter which will be presented in Brussels today at 13:30.

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