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The cost of geographic fragmentation of energy networks (2019)

03 December 2019


In response to the Labour Party's proposals for the state ownership of energy networks, and building on existing research undertaken on the policies set out in Bringing Energy Home, ENA commissioned Frontier Economics to undertake additional analysis of the regional cost impact of those proposals.


Frontier - impact of geographic fragmentation (2019)


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Energy Networks Association (ENA) is the industry body representing the energy networks. Our members include every major electricity network operator in the UK. The electricity networks are at the heart of the energy transition. They directly employ more than 26,000 people in the UK, including 1,500 apprentices. They are spending and investing £33bn in our electricity grids over the coming years, to ensure safe, reliable and secure energy supplies for the millions of homes and businesses reliant on power every day.

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