The implications of the United Kingdom’s (UK) decision to opt for Brexit continue to reverberate. While the UK has yet to invoke Article 50 and formally begin the process of exiting the European Union (EU), the EU will continue to regulate and formulate new policies in areas that impact business and affect investment decisions not only within the EU, but globally.
FTI Consulting is taking a detailed look into what Brexit means for some of the EU’s policies of most relevance to business. This snapshot sheds some light on possible implications for the energy sector, which is of particular importance for the UK both in terms of energy security and in terms of the UK’s climate commitments.
Aylin Diriöz Fastenau is Senior Consultant in FTI Consultant’s Energy team in Brussels and Alexander Holroyd is Director in FTI Consulting’s Public Affairs team in London.