The largest UK utilities have published an open letter to British Prime Minister Theresa May and EU Commission president Jean Claude Juncker claiming that investments in climate-friendly infrastructure projects will be negatively impacted if customs and other trade barriers are introduced post Brexit, reports news media Recharge.
In the letter, the utilities, which include WindEurope, RenewableUK and Energy UK, write that each type of added cost imposed on electricity and gas transfers via cables and pipelines connecting the UK with mainland Europe will impact consumers and undermine efforts to mitigate climate change.
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