'Economically and environmentally illiterate': The green economy reacts to the Energy Security Strategy

BusinessGreen staff
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Among various measures, he Strategy touts plans to ease rules surrounding rooftop solar deployment | Credit: iStock
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Among various measures, he Strategy touts plans to ease rules surrounding rooftop solar deployment | Credit: iStock

BusinessGreen rounds up the leading reaction to the government's plan for shoring up British energy independence in the wake of Russia's invasion of Ukraine

After weeks of speculation, the government is set to publish its plan to boost Britain's energy security later today, with fresh targets announced for offshore wind, nuclear and low-carbon hydrogen alongside...

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