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Electricity Market Reform
In his Annual Energy Statement to Parliament on 27 July 2010, the Secretary of State for Energy & Climate Change announced that Government will publish a consultation document on electricity market reform to examine the reforms necessary to achieve the Government’s objectives on decarbonisation, renewables energy, security of supply and affordability.
The current government envisages that the Electricity Market Reform Project will develop and deliver a new market framework that will enable the cost effective delivery of secure supplies of low carbon energy.
ISRS's contribution to the consultation can be downloaded here.
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