Top 10 Implications of Brexit on the UK Energy Sector

Top 10 Implications of Brexit on the UK Energy Sector

Commitment to Renewable Energy and Future of Nuclear Projects are Areas of Uncertainty with the Biggest Impact Potential

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20-Jul-2016
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Research Code: 9AAE-00-41-00-00
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On 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, revoking its status as a member state. This landmark referendum, referred to as Brexit, has sent shock waves across Europe and the world causing significant uncertainty within markets, including energy. This market insight provides Frost & Sullivan's verdict on key areas within the energy sector where Brexit is expected to have an impact and the level of uncertainty caused by it. Brexit and its effect on areas such as fuel prices, retail energy costs, nuclear projects, commitment to renewable energy, energy efficiency, progress towards a single market, investment from European-owned power utilities, cost of infrastructure projects, and status of coal are discussed.

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Introduction and Summary

Summary—Uncertainty and Impact Areas of Brexit

Fuel Prices

Retail Energy Costs

Further Pressure on Renewable Energy

More Complications for Nuclear

No Way Back for Coal

Foreign Direct Investment in the Energy Sector

Costs for Power Infrastructure Projects

Investment from European Owned Power Utilities

Energy Efficiency

Single Market

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On 23 June 2016 the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union, revoking its status as a member state. This landmark referendum, referred to as Brexit, has sent shock waves across Europe and the world causing significant uncertainty within markets, including energy. This market insight provides Frost & Sullivan's verdict on key areas within the energy sector where Brexit is expected to have an impact and the level of uncertainty caused by it. Brexit and its effect on areas such as fuel prices, retail energy costs, nuclear projects, commitment to renewable energy, energy efficiency, progress towards a single market, investment from European-owned power utilities, cost of infrastructure projects, and status of coal are discussed.
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Author Jonathan Robinson
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