Rising UK energy imports need Brexit care, Centrica says

The UK's largest supplier of power and natural gas wants the country to maintain its influence on EU energy policy after Brexit, because neighboring markets can shape prices in the country.

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After dramatic price declines and major criticism of German onshore wind auctions, the average price saw a significant boost in the first auction since the provisional tightening of the rules for citizen projects. Solar power is thus cheaper than wind.

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