Is the UK losing its allure for clean energy investors?

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"Lack of clarity" on long term energy policy sees UK slip down the rankings of EY's attractiveness index, but it still remains in the top five

A "worrying lack of clarity on the government's long-term energy strategy" has seen the UK slip a place in a world ranking of the most attractive countries for renewable energy investment. The UK falls...

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