Davey: Pursuing green energy represents a "win, win, win, win, win" for the UK

Will Nichols
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Energy and Climate Change Secretary moves to reassure industry government remains committed to renewable energy despite green levy review

Ed Davey has hailed 2012 as one of the most successful years ever for "Britain's renewable energy drive", touting the latest evidence that the UK is making good progress towards its green energy goals....

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