UK threatens to leave Energy Charter Treaty

The government has confirmed it is reviewing the UK’s membership of the Energy Charter Treaty after modernisation efforts reached an impasse. In its current form, energy minister Graham Stuart said the “outdated” treaty does not support signatories seeking to decarbonise their energy systems and “could even penalise our country for being at the forefront of those efforts.”

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