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HC INSIDER PODCAST - Europe’s Energy Crisis with Gerard Reid
- May 13, 2022 1:31 pm GMT
Europe is in an energy crisis. Power prices have quadrupled, governments have scrambled to provide liquidity to markets and subsidize households. And for the moment, gas is still flowing from Russia. How did we get to this state? What are the impacts and short-term consequences? Can Europe navigate to the “whole of Europe response” needed or could this test the political union to breaking point? What does this mean for European energy traders and markets and what are the solutions? Our guest to tackle this subject is Gerard Reid, energy and renewables investment banker and economist and co-host of the Redefining Energy podcast.
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