Energy UK urges government to deliver 'close alignment' with EU, as Brexit uncertainty starts to bite

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Energy UK urges government to deliver 'close alignment' with EU, as Brexit uncertainty starts to bite

'The uncertainty around whether the UK will remain in the European Emission Trading System is already having a direct impact on the day-to-day business of energy companies' says Energy UK

As Cabinet Ministers prepare to gather at Chequers to finally thrash out the government's Brexit negotiating position, the energy industry has provided the clearest warning yet that a Hard Brexit risks...

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