United Kingdom Power Report Q3 2014 is a new market research publication announced by Reportstack. The muted outlook for the UK power sector is predicated on stalling investment in new thermal capacity and continued uncertainty over government energy policy. While the UK's Energy Bill has been signed into law, and we have seen some positive developments in the nuclear segment, the highly politicised nature of the domestic power sector and the unfavourable economics of gas generation have deterred investment in much-needed new capacity.
The outlook for the country's power sector is complicated by numerous sector-specific factors - with the most pressing being the uncertainty over future energy policy and the highly politicised nature of the power sector. While the coalition government's long-awaited Energy Bill has been signed into law, and there has been an uptick in activity in the domestic nuclear segment since the government agreed on a strike price for two new nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point in Somerset, investment in traditional thermal generation capacity continues to stall.
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