An energy experiment of unprecedented global scale could be on the way to becoming a reality in the British Isles. Not only because the UK must reorient its energy policy in the wake of last year's decision to exit the EU. Now, there is also a strong possibility that amidst strong uncertainty about what an EU departure would look like, the UK could face a complete overhaul of its domestic policy, not least in the energy sector.
Ahead of the UK election Thursday, there is a big question mark as to whether the winner will be current Prime Minister, conservative Theresa May, or opposition leader and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
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