UK Keeps Energy Policy Options Open

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The UK will redefine its energy supply strategy in the coming days. The aim will be to boost energy independence while accelerating the low-carbon transition. Whitehall is weighing various options to incentivize domestic energy supply, with expectations of big new targets for renewables and nuclear. But the war in Ukraine is seen as a “real game changer” given the government’s consideration of a ban on Russian gas imports. And some experts believe there is possibly a case for sustaining European production for a bit longer than originally anticipated.

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