The UK’s House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee has launched a short inquiry into the implications of Brexit for UK energy security.
The inquiry will seek to highlight the issues the government will need to consider when developing a new energy relationship with the EU, according to a statement from the house.
"The UK and the EU have common energy needs, and rely on common rules and an energy market to help ensure a secure energy supply. Leaving the EU exposes the UK energy system...
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