Brexit impact on Energy | Jean Arnold Vinois

The UK has been a leader in shaping European Union policy on Climate and Energy. With the UK now likely to leave the bloc, there is everything to play for in a new and unknown energy regulatory landscape.

In this Podcast Jean Arnold Vinois, advisor on European Energy Policy at the Jacques Delors Institute, considers the potential impact of Brexit on the energy sector, especially given the prominent role the UK has played in steering energy policies though several pivotal areas. 

How will the new balance of power affect future policy objectives?


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