Member states to discuss proposals that could force greater focus on energy efficiency
A vote on new European laws that could place strict eco-requirements on manufactures of IT equipment including computers and servers is to take place in Brussels today. Members states will be debating...
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Hugh McNeal tells BusinessGreen how a renewables industry facing significant challenges needs to be more upbeat about its future prospects