The government has hailed the successful renegotiation of the Energy Charter Treaty as a “landmark agreement” that will protect taxpayers from costly legal challenges as the UK seeks to decarbonise its energy system. The Energy Charter Treaty provides an international framework for trade and investment in energy, including legal protections against political risks and provisions for dispute resolution.

By Tom Grimwood

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