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Busy day in Brussels as MEPs call for 40 per cent energy efficiency target and 30 per cent renewables target for 2030
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The green economy's long term future is assured, but the short term challenges presented by Brexit will be immense
John Alker argues whatever the result of today's referendum, politics needs to change and business engagement with policymakers needs to change with it
I'll be voting to Remain and hoping that whatever the result it triggers a rethink in politicians' short termist economic approach
While financial concerns should be heeded, the deal promises to turn Tesla into a one-stop-shop for green energy products
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