UK Electricity Market Reform July 2013: EMR update — capacity market and strike prices
On 27 June 2013, the DECC published a further series of documents in relation to electricity market reform. These documents include strike prices for many (but not all) relevant technologies, policy statements in relation to certain of the ‘hot topics’ arising out of the previously published heads of term for the Contract of Differences and emerging detail on the design of the capacity market.
We now look set to have a market for power that is fragmented along technological lines…
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