The UK power market is to alter the current calendar on which all traded products are based from November 1, moving from the Electricity Forwards Agreement (EFA) to the standard or Gregorian calendar, in a move intended to bring the market closer in line with UK gas and Continental power markets. This task has been made more difficult by fears of fragmenting liquidity between the calendars.
Speaking to Platts associate editor for UK power, Jillian Ambrose, is the man responsible for spear-heading the project, the Power Trading Committee chair, Stephen Harris.
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