With the story in the UK around the “Brexit” process still unfolding, many are considering how the exit will impact the Energy Union and the UK’s role in it. An event was held on 30th March in London by the Florence School of Regulation, European University Institute and the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. The slides can be found here.
Never the less, GB’s National Grid has signed an agreement to develop a system to enable the sharing of balancing services across Europe, specifically for trading frequency response services via interconnectors, as reported in this article on the Utility Week web site. In the meantime there is debate about the role of capacity markets in the EU, as reported in this article on the Energy Post web site.