Climate minister sparks Twitter spat over claim unreformed feed-in tariff scheme would add £55 a year to energy bills
Climate Minister Greg Barker has this morning provoked a storm of criticism over his claim that failing to act to cut feed-in tariff incentives for solar installations would add up to £55 to average domestic...
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Party promises one million green jobs and a windfall tax on oil companies as part of its Green Industrial Revolution
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Refusing to follow EU rules on energy efficiency standards will put UK manufacturers on the back foot, Andrew Warren warns