Integrated North Sea power grid could save up to £70bn

Creating an integrated North Sea power grid could save the surrounding countries up to £70 billion by 2050, a new study has suggested. However, the report from Imperial College London and the think tank E3G said these savings will not materialise without a new approach to network design, changes to electricity trading arrangements and leadership from the top.

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