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Capacity market suspended in GB

Last Thursday, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled in favour of Tempus Energy, against the European Commission, annulling the Commission’s State aid approval for the UK Capacity Market. As a result the Capacity Market in Great Britain has been suspended. The notice from the UK Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) can … Continue reading

Clean energy package update

The “Clean Energy Package” took another step forward this week in the European Parliament following a circuitous path to approval. The parliament voted for a 35% renewables target by 2030, as reported here on the PV Magazine web site. This post on the Euractiv web site discusses the various types of resistance encountered, despite broad … Continue reading

Brexit considerations in energy and financial regulation

With the discussions on the details Brexit now taking place at governmental level (for example see this article on the Reuters web site), many in the market will wish to understand how the UK’s departure from the EU will affect business activity. Those in the Energy and Commodity sector will need to understand this on … Continue reading

EFET comments on “Clean Energy” package

The provisions of the “Clean Energy Package” (also known has the “Winter Package”) were announced at the end of November 2016 and discussed at a conference held in Brussels in January. The contents of the package are far reaching and build on the principles of the Internal Energy Market. EFET have now released this paper, … Continue reading