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EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee
Report published on 29 January 2018. Government Response published on 19 April 2018. Awaiting debate.
The report states that Brexit will put the UK's current frictionless trade in energy with the EU at risk. The Committee calls on Government to set out how it will work with the EU to anticipate and manage supply shortages, and to assess what impact leaving the Internal Energy Market would have on the price paid by consumers for their energy.
EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee publishes report on Brexit and energy security