EU outlines roadmap for gradual phase-out of green energy subsidies

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Industry welcomes move to stop retrospective changes to support schemes, but calls on Commissioner to also slash fossil fuel subsidies

Renewable energy companies have offered a cautious welcome to new European Union guidelines that aim to help countries effectively manage the phasing out of subsidies for mature green power technologies....

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