REA chair: It takes imagination to see the full potential of renewables

Madeleine Cuff
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REA chair: It takes imagination to see the full potential of renewables

Martin Wright, chair of the Renewable Energy Association, reveals his vision for a UK powered by decentralised energy

During the late 1980s Martin Wright - serial clean energy entrepreneur and chairman of the Renewable Energy Association (REA) since 2010 - spent nine years as a venture capitalist, awarding seed funding...

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