The Future of UK-EU Energy Cooperation

Sep 28, 2020

Policies to strengthen UK-EU energy and climate cooperation in the Future Relationship

Since the 1980s, UK and EU energy markets have become increasingly intertwined. Brexit doesn’t have to set back the development of a secure, affordable, low-carbon energy system in the UK and the EU, but new approaches to will be needed.

In this paper, Policy Exchange explores new models for UK-EU energy cooperation based on shared interests in competitive energy markets, robust carbon pricing, and the sharing of renewable energy resources across borders.

Latest Tweets

RT @Nus_Ghani My new report with ⁦@Policy_Exchange⁩ on the Future of Maritime Post Brexit & Covid. With a step by step guide on how 🇬🇧 can lead on shipping security, to supporting seafarers with crew changes 👇🏽 thenationalnews.com/…