The mixed energy economy: Re–Energising Northern Ireland? The Impact of Brexit on Ireland’s All-Island Energy Market

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Abstract

• Although it is part of the UK, Northern Ireland
operates an integrated Single Electricity Market
with its immediate neighbour, the Republic of
Ireland.

• Northern Ireland is on course to leave the EU as a
consequence of Brexit, while the Republic of
Ireland will remain an EU Member State.

• In spite of numerous commentaries on Brexit,
analysts have tended to overlook these important
circumstances, and the impact that Brexit will have
on the all-island arrangements.

• This article examines this problem, and outlines
solutions to Brexit’s potential negative impact.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)18-20
Number of pages3
JournalE-Law Newsletter
VolumeMay/June
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2018

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