Energy Security Strategy: Where did it all go wrong?

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Sizewell A and Sizewell B, two nuclear power stations located on the North Sea coast | Credit: iStock
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Sizewell A and Sizewell B, two nuclear power stations located on the North Sea coast | Credit: iStock

Campaigners have slammed the UK's long-awaited energy independence plan, warning Ministers have missed a major opportunity to boost energy security and climate action - but was it really that bad?

After weeks of delay and much political wrangling, the UK's Energy Security Strategy was finally released yesterday, sparking a decidedly mixed response from across the green economy. The government...

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