Michael Liebreich argues Conservatives need to listen to both green energy and shale gas advocates in the party to drive energy policy forwards
As things stand, energy risks becoming the most divisive issue within the Conservative party, the place usually held by Europe. On one side are the Roundheads, determinedly modern, concerned about climate...
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The £25m injection from Tepco and Jera comes with option for a further £10m to help scale up company's power storage ambitions