3 June 2020
EU and UK trade bodies call for an efficient future EU-UK energy relationship
WindEurope has joined with the British Irish Chamber of Commerce, the European Federation of Energy Traders, the Electricity Association of Ireland, Energy UK, and Eurelectric to call on the EU and the UK to ensure maximum continuity with existing provisions applicable to the EU-UK energy relationship. Key to this will be comparable systems of carbon pricing, regulatory cooperation, safeguarding the Single Electricity Market on the island of Ireland, guaranteeing continued cross-border trading, and maintaining cooperation on offshore grid projects in the North Seas. Naturally, the Paris Agreement commitments must underpin legislation and targets from both sides.
Read the joint letter