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Wire & Cable News has produced its monthly Roundup, a new addition to the service which pulls together the main issues and trends from the Monthly Report, which is full of regulatory, project, company and financial news and analysis.

In this webcast, Editor-in-Chief Natalie Noor-Drugan looks at how the British Approvals Service for Cables (BASEC) is dealing with the possible consequences of a “no-deal Brexit”, the effect of Brexit on planned interconnectors from the UK to other EU countries, as well as its effect on an interconnector project in Ireland, the UK’s closest neighbour. 

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Brexit, electricity interconnectors & Ireland

This video was recorded on the 30th October 2019

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