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Opinion: The Capacity Market must change – but it is too important to abandon

Lawrence Slade argues that the Capacity Market is a necessary measure to maintain both supplies and investor confidence. The current hiatus should be seen as an opportunity for reform – not the end of the measure

The winter blackout story, a staple of previous years, accompanied by warnings over thin capacity margins, has become a thing of the past.

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