As the UK votes on whether to leave the EU, we ask if UK or EU policies are more important for UK power prices. Siobhan Hall, Anu Ramanathan and Glenn Rickson look at why UK power prices are consistently higher than the rest of Europe, why UK prices are up for this winter, and how traders react to uncertainty. Carbon, currencies and connections all have a role to play, in or out of the EU.
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