In this podcast, David Ledesma again talks to Professor Michael Grubb of UCL and Malcolm Keay of the OIES on the proposed dual market designs for electricity, focusing on split market proposals. In recent months, electricity market arrangements have been wi dely debated in the UK and Europe, because of the impact of high gas prices and the fundamental changes the system is undergoing as decarbonisation progresses. The discussion draws on Professor Grubb’s article ‘Disentangling the debate on Electricity (re) Design and ‘Split Markets’ in the Institute’s May 2023 Oxford Energy Forum, and on the 2017 OIES paper ‘The Decarbonised Electricity System of the Future: The ‘Two Market’ Approach’. The discussion is in two parts: the first part looks at the main elements of the proposals and the objections that have been raised against them. This is the second part and will look at more detailed aspects of the proposals and the European context.