Investment slump: Renewables spending drops 20 per cent in 2017

Madeleine Cuff
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Independent renewables projects attracted £227m of investment in UK last year, compared to £280m in 2016

Investment in independent green energy projects slumped in 2017 as government subsidies ran dry, according to new data released yesterday by SmartestEnergy. The energy provider, which sources green...

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